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LETTERS OF DENIZATION 

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VOLUME XXVII 



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Cbe Ibuguenot Society of Xonbon. 

(Inaugurated 15 th April, 1885 .) 



OFFICERS AND COUNCIL FOR THE YEAR 1922=23. 

president. 

WYATT WYATT -PAINE, F.S.A. 



Dice-lprestoents. 



The Right Hon. the Earl of Radnor. Sir William Wyndham Portal, Bart., F.S.A. 

George Beaumont Beeman. Charles Poyntz Stewart, F.S.A. Scot. 

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Council. 

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W. H. Manchee. 

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LETTERS OF DENIZATION 

AND 

ACTS OF NATURALIZATION 

FOR 

ALIENS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND 



1701 — 1800 



EDITED BY 

WILLIAM A. SHAW, Litt.D. 

Editor of ‘‘The Calendar of Treasury Papers ” ; Author of “ The History of Currency,” 
“The History of the Commonwealth Church,” “The Knights of England,” etc. 



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Prefatory Note. 

In the preceding volume to the present publication (viz., Denizations and Naturalizations, 
1600 — 1700, Vol. XVIII of the publications of the Huguenot Society) I gave an introductory 
outline of the history of Naturalization Law so far as relates to England, Ireland and the 
Plantations from mediaeval times to the present. To that introduction Mr. Giuseppi has 
contributed additional material as far as concerns the Plantations in the eighteenth century in 
his introduction to his separately edited volume (“ Naturalization of Foreign Protestants 
IN THE American Colonies,” Vol. XXIV of the publications of the Huguenot Society, 1921.) 

For the present these two introductions carry the sketch of the history of the law of 
naturalization as far as it can be carried until further documentary material is available. 

It was my intention (and was so announced in the introduction to the earlier volume of this 
work, Vol. XVIII) to follow up the above introduction by a second one which was intended to 
take its place in the present volume and which was to deal with the religious history of France from 
the point of view of the influence of that history upon the ebb and flow of the various streams 
of waves of migration evidenced in the lists of naturalized persons. But that promise was 

made in 1911, and since 1911 the great war has happened and personal bereavement has come to 
me, and I am no longer able to carry out my promise. It would have entailed unremitting- 
study of sources in France and that is now precluded. 

I therefore send this volume forth shorn of such introduction, but it is probably none the 
worse for that. 

All that is necessary further to state here is that on pp. 7.2 — 77 will be found a full 
explanatory note on the episode of Oath Roll Naturalizations in the time of Queen Anne. 

The index to the present volume has been compiled by my sister-in-law, Miss Catherine 
Goldsbrough, to whom my warmest thanks are due. It has been a task of forbidding difficulty. 
Quite frequently one and the same person applied, firstly, for denization, and then, secondly, at a 
subsequent period for naturalization. In the first case his name is usually given in a Latin 
form on the privy seal or on the patent roll. In the second place, his name is invariably given 
in an English form in the private Act preserved in the House of Lords. Between the two forms 
there may be, and frequently is, the greatest variety. The problem of the index has been not 
merely to bring these variant forms together under one and the same heading so as to preserve 
identity but also to guide the modern searcher to the most probable equivalent modern form by 
an elaborate system of cross references. In such a procedure perfection is unattainable. But a 
really earnest attempt has been made to make the index really serviceable by such grouping and 
such cross references. 

With regard to my own editorial method, it is perhaps necessary to draw -attention to the fact 
that to each Naturalization Act I have prefixed, in square brackets, a legislative history of the Act, 
the preparatory petitions, the procedure in Committees, the successive votes in both Houses and the 



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final assent. The toil involved in such editorial work has been heartbreaking. But it has not 
been resultless. Quite apart from the number of cases of private Acts introduced and not 
proceeded upon (and which are therefore not included in the House of Lords collection of private 
Acts, but which are rescued and preserved in the present volume), the Committee proceedings 
frequently furnish names which were put forward at certain stages and subsequently dropped, 
either for want of sacramental certificate or for want of payment of fees, or even because of 
positive hostility on the part of the Committee or of either House. I hese omitted names are all 
preserved ambulando in the introductions or in the footnotes to each successive Naturalization 
Act throughout the present volume. 



William A. Shaw. 



NATURALIZATIONS 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

13 Wm. III., No. 37. 

[Petition read 1 700-1 Mar. 22 for the bill. This petition stated that Jane Barkstead, 
widow and relict of Francis Barkstead, late citizen and mercer of London, deceased, 
was the daughter of George Gill, and was born at Lyons in France, but sent over 
into England very young, about 30 years ago and married the said Francis Barkstead 
who was an Englishman, who died about 7 years since, leaving 3 infant children ; to 
whom he by his will gave a third part of his estate and made the petitioner executrix ; 
who proved the will and put out her children’s money at interest upon securities 
which have been approved by the Court of Chancery ; that the persons who borrowed 
the said money are ready to pay it in but are advised that the petitioner being a 
foreigner cannot re-assign or make a good title without being naturalized. 

The bill was accordingly ordered on that day; was presented 1701 April 1; read a 
first time on April 1 ; passed the third reading on May 24 ; was agreed to by the 
Lords without amendment on June 9 and received the royal assent on June 12. 

See Commons Journals xiii, pp. 423, 463, 466, 475, 515, 552, 563, 603, 625 ; Lords Journals 
xvi, pp. 728, 729, 739.] 

Jane Barkstead (Widow), wife of Francis Barkstead, late Citizen and Mercer of London, 
born at Towers in France (although her father’s grandfather was a native of England). 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

13 Wm. III., No. 38. 

[Petition presented 1701 April for the bill. The petition stated that Archibald Arthur 
as heir to Thomas Parker, deceased, is entitled to several lands in Co. Essex and 
is in quiet possession of the same; is intending to make a settlement thereof but is 
informed he cannot do the same being born in Holland. The bill was ordered on 
April 1 ; presented on April 10; read a first time April 17; passed the Commons on 
June 2 ; passed the Lords on June 10, and received the royal assent on June 12. 

See Commons Journals xiii, pp. 464, 479, 497, 502, 513, 586, 590, 614, 626 ; Lords Journals 
xvi, pp. 716, 721, 732, 739. For his Sacramental certificate, etc., see Hist. MSS. 
Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vol. iv, p. 388.] 

Archibald Arthur, of English Parents, but born out of the King’s allegiance. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

13 Wm. III., No. 39. 

[Auguste Pyniott’s (Pynyot, Piniot) petition was read in the Lords 1701 April 1. It 
stated that he was born of Protestant parents in Normandy but not bred in F ranee; 
he belongs to the Protestant religion as established in the Church of England, for 

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the better enjoyment whereof he left his native country, and has resided here io years 
where he hopes ever to abide. He was ordered to be included in Lofland’s 
naturalization bill but was not so included. His bill was read a first time in the 
Lords April 9. In Committee his brother Hector Francis Pynyot and Henry Ditch 
were ordered to be added to his bill. Hector Francis Pynyot’s petition, read on 
April 10, stated that he was born of Protestant parents in France, came over for 
the better enjoyment of his religion and intends to continue here. On the same 
day Henry Ditch’s (Heinrich Dich) petition was read, stating that he was late 
Quartermaster in Brigadier Shaack’s Regiment of Horse in the English establishment ; 
attended the King at his first coming over and served in the war of Ireland and in 
Flanders; was broke three years ago, and not being naturalized has been incapable 
of any post in the army ; is settled in England with a wife and 4 children and 
desires to serve the King and kingdom. He received the Sacrament on April 6 
at the German Lutheran Church in the Savoy according to the usage of the Lutheran 
Church. 

The completed bill passed the Lords on April 17 ; was read a first time in the Commons 
on May 15 ; passed with amendments on June 9, to which amendments (being the 
addition of James Bruce) the Lords agreed on the following day; and it received 
the royal assent on June 12. 

See Lords Journals xvi, pp. 640, 646, 647, 648, 652, 656, 732, 739; Commons Journals xiii, 
pp. 499, 541, 561, 594, 603, 614, 625. For the Committee proceedings and the 
Sacramental certificates see Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
iv, pp. 302-3.] 

Jacob Auguste Pynyot and Hector Francis Pynyot, children of Samuel Pynyot, bv 
Henriette Mary Chaslaigner his wife, born in Low Poitou in France. 

James Bruce, son of James Bruce, by Magdalain his wife, born at Nantes in Brittany, 
in France. 

Henry Ditch, son of Erdewein Ditch, by Catharina his wife, born in the Bishoprick of 
Ossenburg in Germany. 



13 Wm. III., No. 40. 

[The petition of Adrian Lofland, Cornelius Vandeput (signs as Van de Putt) and Peter 
Schrieber, merchants, read in the Lords 1701 Mar. 26, states that they are considerable 
merchants and traders and have resided here for several years with their families; 
are Protestants and have given good testimony of their loyalty. Their bill 
was read a first time in the Lords Mar. 29, and passed on April 8. It was 
read a first time in the Commons April 15, and passed with amendments on May 24, 
the amendments consisting in the addition of all the names after Johnson. The 
Lords agreed to the amendments on the same day, and the bill received the royal 
assent on June 12. The sacramental certificates state that Thomas Johnson, gent, 
was of St. Andrews, Holborn ; that John Henry Ver Poorten (Varpoorten in the 
Commons Journals) is artrue member of the High German Church in London ; that 
Thomas Bureau is of the parish of St. Marv Bothaw; that Wittenoom received the 
Sacrament at St. Leonard’s, Shoreditch; Mahlstede at St. Martin’s in the Fields; 
Garrett in the Royal Church at the Savov ; the first three persons in the Act received 
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See Lords Journals xvi, pp. 635, 637, 640, 644, 645, 706, 712, 739; Commons Journals xiii, 
•pp. 476, 490, 517, 558, 563, 587, 625. For the Sacramental certificates see Hist. MSS. 

Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, iv, pp. 293-4.] 

Adrian Lofland, son of Henry Lofland, by Adriana his wife, born at Rotterdam in 
Holland. 

Cornelius Vanderputt, son of Arnondt Vanderputt, by Ann his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

Peter Schrieber, son of William Schrieber, by Johanna his wife, born at Wevelinghoven 
in the Electorate of Collen. 

Thomas Johnson, son of Thomas Johnson, by Susanna his wife, born at Surrate in the 
East Indies. 

Justus Beck, son of Jacob George Beck, by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam in 

Holland. 

John Henry Verpoorten, son of William Verpoorten, by Catherina Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Hamborough. 

Thomas Bureau, son of Phillip Bureau, by Ann his wife, born at Niort in Poietou in 
France. 

Dirck Wittenoom, son of Cornelius Wittenoom, by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

John Mahlstede, son of Conrad Mahlstede, by Helena his wife, born in the City of 
Bremen in Lower Saxony. 

Nicholas Garritt [Garrett], son of Garrett Garritt, by Barinque his wife, born at 
Ravensting in Germany. 



13 Wm, III., No. 48. 

[The petition of Lieut. Peter Bagneol and thirteen other officers (Sinault, Alphen, 
Digoine, Drouart, Duplex, Maret, Tessier, Hullin, Farcy, Darquier, Courrand, 
Mergarett, and Myffi) belonging to Col. Foxe’s Regiment of Foot, lately disbanded 
in the West Indies, was read in the Lords 1701 May 10. It stated that petitioners 
being French Protestants were forced out of their native country on account of their 
religion; they have served during all the late war in the said Regiment, on all 
occasions venturing their lives for the preservation of the Protestant religion and 
the good of England. The bill for them was read a first time on May 13. On 
May 15 the petition of Thomas St. Leger de Bacalan and seven others (Peter de 
Bruse, Louis Pelissier, Isaac de Bruse, Peter de Labilliere, Charles le Fanu De 
Cresserons, John de la Valade (Valide) and Peter Dupuy) reformed (discharged) 
officers and soldiers was read in the Lords. It stated that they are French Protestants, 
etc., as above, and have served in the English army during all the late war, etc., as 
above. These names were added in Committee May 19 except De la Valide who does 
not appear in any of these Naturalization Acts and who did not produce any 
certificate. In the end, however, De Bacalan and Dupuy were not naturalized by 
this Act, but by the Act of 1 Anne, No. in and No. 112 respectively infra pp. 14 19. 
The bill passed the Lords on May 30, was read a first time in the Commons on June 10, 
and was passed with amendments on June 18. The amendments consisted in the 
addition of the names from James Perot to Peter Malie. The amendments were 
agreed to by the Lords on June 20, and the bill received the royal assent on June 24. 



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See Lords Journals xvi, pp. 677, 681, 686, 710, 712, 757, 762, 769; Commons Journals xiii, 
pp. 537, 607, 616, 636, 639. For the Sacramental certificates see Mist. MSS. Reports, 
House of Lords MSS., new series, iv, pp. 367-9.] 

Peter Bagneol, son of Michael Bagneol, by Margaret his wife, born at Montpelier in 
Languedock, in France. 

Daniel Sinault, son of Rene Sinault, by Susanna his wife, born at Vandome in France. 

Rene Digoine, son of Rene Digoine, by Lewise his wife, born at Digoine in Burgundy in 
France. 

Isaack Drouart, son of Daniel Drouart, by Esther his wife, born at Vaudiere in 
Champaigne, in France. 

Isaack Duplex, son of Abraham Duplex, by Susanna his wife, born at Loudun in Poictou, 
in France. 

Adrian Van Alphen [Alfen], son of John Van Alphen, bv Agnes his wife, born at 
Breda. 

John Maret, son of John Maret, by Jane his wife, born at St. Anthonin in Rouergue, in 
France. 

Elias Tessier, son of Elias Tessier, by Mary his wife, born at Royan in Xaintonge, in 
France. 

Robert Myre, son of Peter Myre, by Susanna his wife, born at Rouen in France. 

John Darquier, son of William Darquier, by Mary his wife, born at Caussade in Quercy, 
in France. 

Peter Margarett, son of Peter Margarett, by Ann his wife, born at Chateauneuf in the 
Province of Orleans, in France. 

Matthew Hullin, son of James Hullin, by Martha his wife, born at Loudun in Poitou in 
France. 

John Farcy, son of Michael Farcy, by Margaretts his wife, born at Rhennes in the 
Province of Champaigne, in France. 

Francis Courrand, son of Francis Courrand, by Magdalen his wife, born at Jarnac, 
Charante in Xaintonge, in France. 

Francis Martin, son of James Martin, by Jane his wife, born at Monpellier in Languedock. 

Peter De Labilliere, son of Charles De Labilliere and Francois his wife, born at 
Languedoc in France. 

Charles le Fanu de Cresserons, son of Michel de Fanu de Cresserons and Elizabeth 
his wife, born at Caen in Normandy. 

Peter de Bruse, son of Peter de Bruse and Priscilla his wife, born at Guienne in France. 

Isaac de Bruse, an infant, son of Peter de Bruse and Mary his wife, born at Nimegue 
in the Low Countries. 

James Perot, son of Phillip Perot, by Frances his wife, born at Niort in the Province 
of High Poitou. 

Henry Gardie, son of Henry Gardie, by Anne his wife, born at Nimes in Languedoc, 
in France. 

Michael La Roche, son of Andrew La Roche, by Jeanne his wife, born at Chatelerault 
in the Province of Poitou. 

John Dalmas, son of William Dalmas, by Ann his wife, born at Montpellier in Languedoc. 

Floy De Moriame [Eloy Demoriame Fontainne], son of Andrew De Moriame, bv 
Martine his wife, born at Daulhin in Picardie. 

Peter Malie, son of [Peter Malie], by Francoise his wife, born at Bernis in Languedoc. 

Lovis Pelislier, son of Peter Pelislier and Anna his wife, born at Guienne in France. 

13 Wm. III., No. 49. 

[The petition of Gasper Cordoso and Herman Van’t Wedde was read in the Lords 1701 
May 23. It stated that they were Protestants and considerable traders who have 
brought their effects into this kingdom in order for their continual residing here; 
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first time in the Lords on May 24. On May 27 Michell Verelst’s petition was 
read stating that he is a Protestant, has testified his loyalty, etc., has married an 
Englishwoman and resided here for several years with his family. On the same day 
the petition of Peter Masson was read, stating that he was a French Protestant forced 
out of his native country on account of his religion, whereupon he took sanctuary in 
this kingdom, where he has lived near 20 years and desires to spend the remainder 
of his days. On June 2 the Lords Committee added the names Sbuelen to Masson 
and Carpenter to the bill. It passed the Lords on June 4; was read a first time in 
the Commons on June 9, and was passed with amendments on June 14. The 
amendments consisted in the addition of the names of John and Michael Bowmer 
and Gideon L’EglizN The amendments were agreed to by the Lords on June 14th, 
and the bill received the royal assent on June 24. 

See Lords Journals xvi, pp. 699, 700, 708, 716, 721, 769; Commons Journals xiii, 
pp. 595, 602, 607, 616, 630. For the Sacramental certificates see Hist. MSS. Reports, 
House of Lords MSS. iv, pp. 376-8. These certificates include Jacob Frederick 
Jordis, whose name does not appear in the Act.] 

Gasper Cordoso [Cardoso in certificate], son of Francis Cordoso, by Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Bordeaux in France. 

Herman Van't Wedde, son of John Van’t Wedde, by Wilemina his wife, born at 
Roterdam in Holland. 

Gerard SBuelen [Sbuclen or S Buclen], son of Renier S Buelen, by Anna Christina 
his wife, born at Hamborough in Germany. 

John Peter Hanker, son of John Hanker, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Hamborough 
in Germany. 

John Baptiste Mayers [Mayer in certificate], son of John George Mayers, by Anna 
Veronica his wife, born at Ausberg in Germany. 

John Backoffer, son of John Backoffer, by Kunigunda his wife, born at Nurinberg 
in Germany. 

Michael Verelst, son of Ozman Verelst, by Cecilia his wife, born at Venice in Italy. 

Peter Masson [Mason], son of John Masson, by Magdalena his wife, born at Rochel 
in France. 

John Bowmer, son of John Bowmer, by Judith his wife, born at Hieville in Low 
Normandy, in France. 

Michaell Bowmer, son of John Bowmer, bv Judith his wife, born at Hieville in Low 
Normandy, in France. 

Gideon (Gedeon) Leglize (L’Eglize), son of John Leglize, by Ann his wife, born at 
Burdeaux in France. 

John Christian Zimmerman, alias Carpenter, son of Bartholomeus Zimmerman, by 
Anna Wittichius his wife, born in the Dukedome of Prieg, in Silesia. 

DENIZATIONS. 

1701 July 3. Abel Langelier, and 
Marie, his wife, 

Abel, 

John, 

Lewis, and 
Marie, their children. 

Elias Tovilett (Touillet). 

Elias Brossard. 

John Gaudy, 

John, 

Isaac, and 
Francis, his sons. 



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1701 July 3. Isaac la Font, 

Rachel, his wife, 

Jane, and 

Honore, their children. 

John Laffont. 

Abraham Laffont (La Font). 
Isaias Deveryt. 

Isaac Lusson, 

Marie, his wife. 

Daniel Poletier. 

Daniel Millon. 

Jacob Soufflet. 

Laurence Payen. 

Abraham Courtin. 

Henry Cocker. 

John Maynard (Mainard). 
Abraham Allais, 

Catherine, his wife, 

Stephen, 

Marie, and 

Catharine, their children. 
Arthur le Conte (Comte). 
Jacob Chabaud. 

Jacob Peraud. 

Abraham Outaud. 

William Drovett (Drouet). 
Peter Dornos. 

Peter Gisioneau (Guionneau). 
John Guerin. 

Elias Vouliart. 

Noe Vialas. 

David Espinet. 

Peter Jambelin. 

John Cornet. 

Vincent Tillou. 

Jacob Cromer. 

Jacob Guion. 

Charles Couillaud. 

Jacob Mercie, 

Anne, his wife. 

Stephen Gendreu (Gendrau). 
John Ageron. 

Henry Berslaer (Bersslaer). 
Adam Paetts (Paets). 

Daniel Bernardeau. 

Isaac Prestran. 

Samuel Guibald. 

John Tartarin. 

Francis Gourdon. 

Jacob Massiot. 

John Savouret. 

John, his son, 

Hester, 

Susanna, 

Marie-anne, and 
Marie, his children. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1701 July 3. William Heurtin, 

Elizabeth, his wife. 

Andreas Malie (Malie). 

Benjamin de Charrieu. 

Nicholas l’ Adoocat, 

Elizabeth, his wife. 

Peter Aubin. 

Elizabeth, 

Margaret, and 
Marie, his children. 

Jacob Ruffiat. 

Abraham Morissett (Morisset). 
John de loumeau. 

Isaac Delpeth. 

Marie Seigneur, 

Claud Daniel, his son. 

John Farcy, 

Francis, his wife. 

George Geinheimer (Geinheimor). 
John Jappie, 

Marie Jappie, 

Andreas Bouneau, 

Magdalen, 

Andreas, 

Jacob, 

Marie, 

Jane, and 

Susanna, his children. 

John Glenisson. 

Jacob de Molieu, 

Susanna, his wife. 

Peter Feild, clerk. 

John Adam, clerk. 

George Felster. 

Francis Allard. 

David Delamere. 

Solomon Delalen. 

Zachariah Savory. 

Thomas Lee. 

Francis Lee. 

FlTZ WILLI AM LEE. 

Hermes Wilhelm lee. 

Jacob lee. 

Caroline lee. 

Simon Rame. 

Elias Ansonneau. 

John Deloumeau. 

Anthony Poutardant. 

Peter Formont. 

John Page. 

John Martin. 

Charles Cossart. 

John Pigou. 

Mark Anthony Pigou. 

Arnand Bargignac. 

Jane Myre. 



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1701 July 3. Peter le Comte. 

Jacob Gariot. 

Francis Vozer. 

Elias Chabosseau. 

Alexander de Roure des Bonneaux. 
Jacob Peyret. 

Henry Demoney. 

Jacob Bincarlelet. 

Jacob Gashlie. 

John Gunge. 

John Jacob Fourchard. 

Isaac Lyon. 

Peter Robateau (Raboteau), 

Susanna, his wife. 

John Robateau (Raboteau), 

Anne, his wife. 

Isaac Langue. 

John Peter Langue. 

Francisco Lewis Billot. 

Charles Billot. 

Jacob Renaudet. 

Ouriel (Ouzeel) Maus\vieten 

(Wanswieten). 

John Cruyger. 

John Corso. 

Albert de Urie (Vris). 

Jacob de Surville. 

Joseph Storey, 

John, his son. 

John Mallet. 

Charles Bartholomew de la Tour. 
Moses Boussac. 

Henry Guichinet. 

Claud Faure. 

Paul Estrange (Estrang). 

Francis Brouchet (Brochet). 

John Peter Salnem. 

Isaiah Verit. 

Jacob Gastily. 

Daniel Boreau (Boureau). 

Marie Garnault. 

Jacob Alever (Aleber). 

Charles Gouy. 

John Villeneusue [Villeneufve]. 
John Giraudeau. 

Daniel Mainard. 

John Mallet. 

Jacob Morgat. 

Jacob Beraud. 

Peter Gaillard. 

Lewis Thomas. 

Matthew Guerrier. 

Paul Grangier (Granger). 

John Morgue. 

Anthony Vatier (Vattier). 



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1701 July 3. Nicholas le Tavernier. 

Nicholas, 

Jacob, and 
Judith, his children. 

Peter Selines. 

Philip Gendron. 

Paul Mesnier. 

John Moret. 

John Paul, 

Marie, his wife. 

Peter Vidal, 

Hester, his wife. 

Nicholas Duval, clerk, 

Margaret, his wife, 

Elizabeth, their daughter. 

Daniel Chais la Place, 

Magdalen, his wife. 

Sebastien Rutault, 

Susanna, his wife. 

John Savignac. 

Jacob Pitau. 

Stephen Gendrau. 

Peter Guillard. 

Simon Peter Babault. 

Jacob Champion, clerk. 

Elias de Graudges. . . [Grandges]. 

Jacob Fevilleteau, 

Francis, and 
Lewis, his sons. 

Jacob Lardeau. 

Peter Galaud. 

Peter Pilote. 

Jacob Darrigraud. . . [Darrigrand]. 

Moses Richard. 

John Boisnard. 

Peter Gentet. 

Daniel Blond, and 

John Cotreau. 

Peter Rolland. 

David Jardeau. 

Isaac Prevost. 

Josie Bureau. 

Francis Pontardaut. . . [PontardantJ. 

Jacobus Jappie. 

Moses Chaieler. 

Jacobus Guitton (Guiton). 

John Auviceau. 

Moses Reneau. 

Isaac Bosy, 

Elias, 

Abraham, 

John, and 
Isaac, his children. 

John Marion. 

Peter Chevallier, 

Peter, and 
Samuel, his sons. 



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DENIZATIONS. 



1701 July 3. Renee Gougeon, 

Renee Marie, her daughter. 

Peter Girard. 

Jacob Gerard. 

Aaron Faitout. 

Charles Govis. 

Stephen Dubuer. 

Nicholas Fresneau. 

Stephen Benouad, 

Jane, his wife, and 
Stephen, his son. 

Claud Eagron (Eaygron). 

Daniel Robert. 

Michael Paquinet. 

Samuel Greneau. 

John Guirodos. 

Elias Grolon. 

John Lauber. 

John Coureau. 

Peter Vanbelle, 

Susanna, his wife. 

Peter Durand. 

Anne Cabibel. 

Lewis de Marsall (Marsal). 
Lewis, his son, 

John, 

Thomas, 

Peter, and 
Isaac, his sons [sic]. 

Philip Brouard de la Coussaye. 

Peter Fraysse. 

Daniel Baile, 

Rebecca, his wife, 

Daniel, and 
Jane, their children. 

Isaac Hartman, 

Isaac, and 
John, his sons. 

Francis Guichard. 

Anthony Guichard. 

Abraham Hasbrouk. 

John Hasbrouk. 

Lewis Beviere. 

Peter D’Oyau. 

Abraham Dubois. 

Moses Cantin. 

Peter Guimard. 

Jacobus Povillon (Pouillon). 

Andreas Canon. 

Peter Manin. 

Abraham Lakeman. 

John Belli ville (Belleville). 

John Casier. 

Nicholas Crocherou. 

Abraham Canon. 

John Thaveau. 



DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



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1701 July 3. John Causson. 

John Saujon. 

Daniel Robert. 

Jacobus Cormier. 

Isaac Roussell (Rousel). 

Stephen Roussell (Rousel). 

Francis Roussell. 

David de Senne. 

Theophilus Robert. 

John Villiers. 

Henry de la Reve. 

John le Challeur. 

John Jacobus Peybrignet. . . [Peybriguet]. 
John Lesmore. 

Peter Belveze. 

Daniel Collett. 

Peter Dumoulin, and 
John Suyre. 

(Patent Roll, 13 Wm. Ill, part 1.) 



NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

14 Wm. III., No. 5. 

[The petition for this bill was presented 1 701-2 Feb. 2. The bill was read a first time 
in the Commons on Feb. 4; passed the Commons on Feb. 17; passed the Lords 
without amendment on Feb. 20, and received the royal assent on Mar. 2. 

See Commons Journals xiii, pp. 713, 719, 737, 740, 747, 754, 771 ; Lords Journals xvii, 
pp. 37> 39> 4 1 - For her Sacramental certificate see Hist. MSS. Reports, House of 
Lords MSS., iv, p. 477. It states that she took the Sacrament at the parish church 
of Farnham Royal, Co. Bucks.] 

Charlotte Boscawen, wife of Hugh Boscawen, Esquire, and daughter of Charles 
Godfrey, Esquire, by Arabella his wife, born at Paris in France. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

1 Anne, No. 57. 

[The petition of Jacob Sanderfelt and Nicholas Way fort was presented to the Lords 
1702 Dec. 4. It stated that they are both Protestants and had been Captains in the 
French service in Baron Sparr’s Regiment, and came from France to England some 
months ago out of zeal to serve the Queen, and accordingly went upon the late sea 
expedition under the Duke of Ormonde where they distinguished themselves. 
The bill was read a first time in the Lords Dec. 22 ; passed 14 Jan. 1702-3 ; was read a 
first time in the Commons Jan. 21; passed with amendments Feb. 8; the Lords 
agreed to the amendments Feb. 16, and the bill received the royal assent Feb. 27. 
The Commons amendment consisted in inserting the name of Le Blanc. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 180, 199, 204, 237, 239, 275, 277, 321 ; Commons Journals xiv 
pp. 1 12, 123, 138, 139, 174, 183, 202; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., nev. 
series, v, p. 153.]. 

Nicholaus Wayfoort, son of Alexander and Judith Wayfoort, born at Wesel ii 
Germany. 

Peter Le Blanc, son of Peter Le Blanc, by Jane his wife, born in the Ctiy of Vitris ii 
the Province of Champangue. 

Jacob Sanderfelt, son of Johan and Elizabeth Sanderfelt, born at Stockholm ii 
Swedland. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

1 Anne, No. 1 10. 

[The petition for Ryssen et al was presented 1 701-2 Mar. 19. It stated that they an 
Protestants and have given good testimony of their loyalty to her Majesty. Tin 
bill was ordered the same day. It was read a first time 1702 April 13; passed tin 
Commons May 13 ; was read a first time in the Lords on the same day ; passed withou 
amendments on May 16, and received the royal assent on May 25. 

See Commons Journals xiii, pp. 810, 830, 836, 838, 842, 844, 862, 888, 891, 895; Lord: 
Journals xvii, p. 126, 127, 131, 149. 

The Sacramental certificates are given in Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS. 
new series, v, pp. 44-6. In these certificates Couvreux appears as Couvreur ; Gressie 
as Greissier ; Paulson as Paulsen ; Decauy as Decaux. Matthyssen is described as o 
Battersea.] 

Danyel van Ryssen, son of John van Ryssen, by Sarah his wife, born at Amsterdan 
in Holland. 

John Martin Couvreux [Couvreur], son of David Couvreux, by Anne his wife, bori 
in Francfort. 

Mary Coleman, daughter of John Coleman, by Mary his wife, born at Callis in France 
John Cazalet, son of Peter Cazalet, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Soumiures in Languedoc 
John William Nichoff, son of Otto Nichoff, by Marguerite his wife, born in Hambro 
Peter Greissier, son of Andrew Greissier, by Anne his wife, born at Guadaloupe ii 
America. 

John Bosanquet, son of Peter Bosanquet, by Gaillarde his wife, born at Lunel ii 
Languedoc. 

Peter Fabrot, son of Peter Fabrot, by Magdeleine his wife, born at Nismes in Languedoc 
Francis Faure [Favre], son of John Faure, by Marguerite his wife, born in Geneva. 
Nicholas Marcett, son of Paul Marcett, by Marv his wife, born in Geneva. 

John Beaufills, son of John Beaufills, by Anne his wife, born at Haure de Grace ii 
Normandy. 

Mathew Bertin, son of Daniel Bertin, by Jeanne his wife, born at Pons in Zaintonge. 
Paul Westhoffe Paulson, son of Paul Westhoffe Jacobs, by Hellena his wife, born ii 
Mu scow. 

Jacob Pavlson [Paulsen], son of Jacob Paulson, by Sophia his wife, born in Hambro. 
Barthold Guliker, son of Ulrich Jurgen Guliker, by Magdalen his wife, born ii 
Hambrogh. 

Abel Langelier, son of John Langelier, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Rochelle. 

Peter Backs, son of John Backs, bv Cathrina his wife, born in Hambro. 

Robert Le Plastrier [Platrier], son of John Le Plaistrier, by Rachel his wife, born a 
Roven in Normandv. 



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'James Decaux, son of Richard Decaux, by Judith his wife, born at Diepe in Normandy. 
“Phillip Margas, son of Nicholas Margas, by Susannah his wife, born at Roven in 
Normandy. 

William Matthyssen, son of Joos Matthyssen, by Catherin his wife, born at Middelburgh 
in Zeeland, see infra, p. 14. 

Frederick Bodisco, son of Jacob Bodisco, by Riokierau his wife, born in Amsterdam, 
see infra, p. 14. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

1 Anne, No. 1 1 1. 

[The petition of Thomas St. Leger (De Bacalon) et al was presented to the Lords 1 701-2 
Feb. 16. It stated that they had served the King during the late war in Flanders and 
elsewhere, but being out of allegiance are incapable of any further service to 
his Majesty until naturalized. This is signed by Thomas St. Leger de Bacalan, 
Alexander de Raquet Desfourneaux, Paul de Gualis (de Gaily de la Gruelle), Joseph 
de Launay, James Trellebois, Henry Delalande, J. St. Christol (de Liverne), Peter de 
Franquefort, David de Montallieu Saintipolit, Paul Longchamp (de la Coude), John 
Constantin, John Belard, Jean Housset, James de Sauberge, Guy Tinguy, Lewis 
Benjamin D’Ollon (Dolon), Francis Delubieres (de Langes de Lobieres), John Port 
de Laroque, Anthoine Laroque, Isaacc De Laigle (Laigle de Montmayeur), John 
James Colom, Paul Pre Le Bas, Anthony Caillon, Laurence Boudet, John James 
Montledier, Elieser Minte, John George Schmiten, John Thomas, Louis de Boisrayon 
(Boyragon), Franc de la Rochefoucaut, John Bojer (Boyer), John Laborde, Isaac 
Bojer (Boyer), Danil Gamel, Elias Delpeuch, Amateur Bouhereau, 'Estienne Duport, 
Jacques de Leuze, Peter Dufoussat, Isaac Mauca, Henry Dabzac (Dabjac), Pr. Buor 
(Bour) de la Moriniere, Frederick Wm. deRoye de la Rochefoucaut, Paul Labastide 
Delon (de la Bastide Delon), Estienne Tessier, Pierre Ardesoif, Alexander Razigade. 
Of these names J. Thomas, J. Laborde, J. de Leuze and I. Mauca were not included 
and do not appear in any Act; I de Laigle de Montmayeur and S. Tessier were 
struck out by the Lords Committee and P. Dufoussat by the Commons. He presented 
another petition 13 Jan. 1702-3. Lords Journals xvii, p. 237. A. Bouhereau was 
included in Benovad’s Act, infra, p. 23. The bill was accordingly read a first time 
for the above persons on Feb. 20. 

On Feb. 23 a further petition was presented for Zacharia Sedgwick stating that he was 
born beyond seas, but had lived in England for 18 years past as a loyal Protestant. 

On the same day a petition was presented for Daniel Brisac, John Francis Mousset, 
James Texier, Paul Fournieu (Fournier), Stephen Brigaud, Anthony Vezian and 
Andrew Livardie shewing that they had served the King ever since his accession 
and are incapable of further service unless naturalized. Of these names Texier and 
Brigaud were naturalized by Benovad’s Act, infra, p. 20. 

On the same day a practically similar petition was presented for Daniel de Virasel 
(Virazell), Moyse Laporte, Gabriel Brocas, Isaac Bigot, John Lewis Ligonier, Francois 
Hubac Lafabregue, Peter Lacoste and Paul Labelliere. 

On the same day a practically similar petition was presented for Binjamin Marchais, 
Daniel Papon, Peter D’Aniel (Daniel), Gabriel De la Primandave (Delaprimaudav) 
and John Brugier. The second, third and fourth of these names were included in 
Benovad’s Act, infra, pp. 20, 21, 22. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



On Feb. 24 a practically similar petition was presented for Peter Mason (Masson), David 
Bonnet, James Galine, Peter Bezard, Peter Cabibel, Daniel Fourestier, Thomas Le 
Heup, Pierre Landreau, Benjamin Le Roy and John Lahore. The last two named 
did not sign the petition and their names do not appear in any Naturalization Act, 
see infra, p. 23. Cabibel occurs in this Act; the rest occur in Benovad’s Act, infra, 
pp. 19, 20, 21. 

On Feb. 25 a petition was presented for Gabriel De la Haye, Lewis Grolleau and James 
Philipe Moreau stating that they were forced out of their country for their religion 
and had lived in England several years and wish to be qualified to serve the king’s 
forces. Of the three Grolleau occurs in the present Act ; La Haye occurs in 
Benovad’s Act, infra, p. 19, whilst Moreau was included in Benovad’s bill, see infra, 
p. 18, but was struck out by the Commons for not paying his fees. 

On the same day a petition was presented for William Matthysen, Frederick Bodisco 
and Christian Bockholt stating that they had been forced out of France for their 
religion and had lived here several years. Of these, Bockholt appears in the present 
Act; the other two appear in Van Ryssen’s Act, supra, p. 13. 

The bill passed the Lords on March 6, after the names of Laigle de Montmayeur and 
Stephen Teissier had been struck out in Committee for not paying their fees. It was 
read a first time in the Commons on Mar. 26; passed with amendments on May 18. 
The Lords agreed to these amendments on May 19. The bill received the royal! 
assent on May 25. 

The Commons’ amendments consisted in striking out the names Isaac Paifairie (Paiserie), 
son of Peter Paifairie (Paiserie), by Jane his wife, born at Duras in Guienne; and 
Peter De foussat, son of Daniel Defoussat, by Susanna his wife, born at Rosen in 
Guienne; and in inserting the names from Lepointelle to Pasquerau. 

The Sacramental certificates, as set out in Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., 
new series, vol. iv, pp. 472-6, reveal many variations in the spelling of the names,, 
e.g. Demontalieu appears as David Demontalieu Saintipolit; Dolon appears as 
Dolton; Branelt appears as Brunei; Sedgwick as Sedgaick ; Legonier as Ligonier ; 
Bockholt as Booxholt ; Merchais as Marsais. 

See Lords Journals xvi, p. 685; xvii, pp. 36, 41, 49, 56, 59, 133, 137, 149; Commons 
Journals xiii, pp. 779, 819, 830, 841, 842, 873, 896, 899.] 

Thomas St. Leger de Bacalon [Bacalan], son of Stephen de Bacalon, by Mary his wife, 
born at St. Leger in Guienne. 

Joseph de Launay, son of John de Launay, by Margaret his wife, born in Paris. 

Alexander de Raquet Desfourneaux, son of Francis de Raquet, by Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Darners in Picardy. 

Lawrence Boudet, son of James Boudet, by Susanna his wife, born at Castlemoron in 
Guienne. 

James Trellebois, son of Daniel Trellebois, by Margaret his wife, born at Arvert in 
Xaintonges. 

Paul de Gally de la Gruelle, son of Peter de Gallv de la Gruelle, bv Lewis his wife, 
born at Miliaut in Rovergue. 

Paul de la Bastide Delon, son of Paul Delon, by Katherine his wife, born at Montauban 
in Guienne. 

Henry de la Lande, son of Francis de la Lande, by Judith his wife, born in Xaintonges. 

James St Christoi [Ciirestol] de Liverne, son of Edward de Liverne, by Claude his 
wife, born at Alez in Languedoc. 

Peter Franouefort, son of lames Franquefort, bv Ann his wife, born at Soulignone in 
Xaintonges. 



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Peter Ardesoif, son of Peter Ardesoif, by Ann his .wife, born at Alencon in Normandy. 

David de Montalieu [Saintipolit], son of Peter Montalieu, by Jone his wife, born at St. 
Hipolitte in Languedoc. 

Paul Longchamp de la Conde [Coude], son of John de la Conde [Coude], by Susanna 
his wife, born at Lafere in Picardie. 

John Constantin, son of John Constantin, by Margaret his wife, born at Point de Velle 
in Burgundy. 

Frederick William de Roye de la Rochefoucaut, son of Frederick Charles de Roye 
de la Rochefoucaut, by Isabella his wife, born in Paris. 

Stephen Duport, son of John Duport, by Mary his wife, born at St. Martins in the 
Island [of] Ree. 

Ephraim Falaise, son of John Falaise, by Margaret his wife, born at Dippe in Normandie. 

Stephen Tempier, son of Stephen Tempier, by Susanna his wife, born at Vannert in 
Languedoc. 

John Belard, son of John Belard, by Mary his wife, born at Morlas in Bearn. 

John Housset, son of Cires Housset, by Mary his wife, born at Luine in Touraine. 

James de Saubergue, son of John de Saubergne by Olimpe his wife, born at Angles in 
Languedoc. 

John de Baillehache, son of Peter Baillehache, by Olimpa his wife, born at Caen 
in Normandy. 

Guy Tinguy, son of Charles Tinguy, by Israelitte his wife, born at Nismes in Poitou. 

Lewis Benjamin Dolon, son of Lewis Dolon, by Martha his wife, born at Conforgren 
in Burgundy. 

Francis de Langes de Lobieres [Lubieres], son of Frederick de Langes, by Olimpe his 
wife, born in Oranges. 

John James Colom, son of Michael Colom, by Jane his wife, born at Monntauban in 
Aquitain. 

Anthony de la Roque, son of Peter la Roque, by Esperance his wife, born at Lion in 
Languedoc. 

Eliezer Minte, son of Mathew Minte, by Peterualla his wife, born at Middleburgh 
in Zealand. 

John George Schmiten, son of Policarpus Schmiten, by Regina his wife, born at 
Dresden in Saxony (possibly the John George of L.J., xvii, p. 86). 

John Lamirandole, son of John Lamirandole, by Mary his wife, born in Bourdeux. 

[David Pain, son of] David Pain, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Fontenay in Poitu, in 
France. 

Peter Buor de la Moriniere, son of Esaya Buor de la Moriniere, by Ann his wife, born 
at St. Hilaire in Poitou. 

Henry Dabjac [Dabzac], son of Mark Dabjac, by Jane his wife, born at Limeulh in 
Guienne. 

Anthony Caillon, son of Thomas Caillon, by Susanna his wife, born at Vitre in 
Brittany. 

Lewis de Boyragon, son of John de Boyragon, by Katherine his wife, born at Boyragon 
in Poitou. 

Peter Martin, son of Luke Martin, by Mary his wife, born at St. Martin in the Isle 
of Ree. 

Peter Pineau, son of Peter Pineau, by Ester his wife, born at Clairac in Guienne. 

Charles Legg, son of John Legg, by Mary his wife, born at Vittrey in Brittany. 

Peter Pinnet [Pinet], son of Peter Pinnet, by Mary his wife, born at Berjerac in 
Guienne. 

John Boyer, son of Isaac Boyer, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Armagnac in Guienne. 

John Branel [Brunel], son of Charles Branell, by Margaret his wife, born at Anduze in 
Languedoc. 

Isaac Boyer, son of John Boyer, by Judith his wife, born at Armaignac in Guienne. 

Gabriel Laporte, son of John Laporte, by Jeane his wife, born at Berjerac in Guienne. 

Daniel Gamel, son of Baltazar Gamel, by Jane his wife, born at Vilenwe Dagenois in 
Guienne, 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Elias Delpeuch, son of Daniel Delpeuch, by Ann his wife, born at Berjerac in Guienne. 

Francis de la Rochefoucaut, son of' Lewis de la Rochefoucaut, by Ann his wife, born 
at Paris in France. 

Abraham Vanderhagen, son of John Vanderhagen, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Bourdeaux in Guienne. 

John Port [de] Laroque, son of James Laroque, by Susanna his wife, born at Duras in 
Guienne. 

John James [Jaques de la] Corbiere, son of Andrew Corbiere, by Judith his wife, born 
in Geneve. 

Paul Peter Le Bas, son of James Le Bas, by Katherine his wife, born in Caen in 
Normandy. 

John James Montledier, son of John Montledier, by Margaret his wife, born at Montledier 
in Languedoc. 

Daniel Brisac, son of Peter Brisac, by Mary his wife, born at Labastide in Armagnac 
in Guienne ( see L.J., xvii, p. 43). 

Zacharia Sedgwick, son of Sarfish Sedgwick, by Mary his wife, born in Constantinople. 

Daniel de Virazel, son of James de Virazel, by Mary his wife, born at Bourdeaux in 
Guienne ( see L.J., xvii, p. 43). 

Moses la Porte, son of John la Port, by Ann his wife, born at Clayrac in Guienne. 

Gabriel Brocas, son of Alexander Brocas, by Ann his wife, born at Casteljaloux in 
Guienne. 

Isaac Bigot, son of Peter Bigot, by Ann his wife, born at Paris in France. 

John Lewis Legonier [Ligonier], son of Lewis Legonier, by Lewis[a] his wife, born 
at Castres in Languedoc. 

Paul Labilliere, son of Charles Labilliere, by Frances his wife, born at Aulas in 
Languedoc. 

Peter Lacoste, son of Stephen Lacoste, by Ann his wife, born at Milleau in Guienne. 

Francis Hubac Lafabreque, son of Francis Hubac, by Susanna his wife, born at Aulas 
in Languedoc. 

Andrew Livardie, son of Stephen Livardie, by Margaret his wife, born at Berjerac in 
Guienne. 

Paul Fournier, son of John Fournier, by Susanna his wife, born at Paris in France. 

John Francis Moussett, son of Peter Moussett, by Francis his wife, born at Poitiers in 
Poitou. 

Alexander Rasigade, son of Abraham Rasigade, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Rovergue 
in France. 

Christian Bockholt [Booxholt], son of Christian Bockholt, by Catherina his wife, j 
born at Luningburgh. 

Benjamjn Merchais [Marsais], son of Peter Merchais, bv Jane his wife, born at Jousac 
in Xaintonge. 

Peter Cabibel, son of Peter Cabibel,by Elizabeth his wife, born at Mazamet in Languedoc. 

Lewis Grolleau, son of James Grolleau, by Mary his wife, born at Fontenay le Compte 
in Poitou. 

Anthony Vezian, son of Lewis Vezian, by Sarah his wife, born at Montpellier in France. - 

Charles Lepointei [de Lapointelle] , son of Charles Brunet (Brunett). bv Henriette his ! 
wife, born at Rochelle in France. 

Peter De Maigron, son of Lewis Maigron, by Mary his wife, born at Nimes in the 
Province of Languedoc. 

Albert Le Blanc, son of Anthony Le Blanc, by Katherine his wife, born at Maniege 
in the Province of Languedoc. 

Abel de Castelfrank, son of Adrian de Castelfrank, by Rachel his wife, born at Castres 
in the Province of Languedoc. 

John De Champflury, son of Hector de Champflury, by Phillis his wife, born at Nvons 
in the Province of Dauphine. 

Henry De Foubert, son of Solomon De Foubert, by Magdalene his wife, born at Paris 
jn France. 



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David Francis Goudot, son of John James Goudot, by Susanna his wife, born at 
Neuchatel in Swesherland. 

John Espinasse de Fonvive, son of Henry Espinasse D’Fonvive, by Joanna his wife, 
born at Fonvine in Perigord, in France. 

Stephen Des Gulhon, son of Stephen Desg-ulhon, by Mary his wife, born at St. John 
Du Bruel in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Lewis De la Coude, son of Jonas De la Coude, by Susanna his wife, born at Paris in 
France. 

Phillip Rose, son of Thomas Rose by Esther his wife, born at Caen in Normandy ( see 
L.J., xvii, p. 66). 

Abraham Bruniquel, son of James Bruniquel, by Mary his wife, born at La Caze in 
the Province of Languedoc. 

Lewis Pasquereau, son of Lewis Pasquereau, by Magdaleine his wife, born at Tours in 
the Province of Touraine. 

John Bruguier, son of James Bruguier, by Antonetta his wife, born at Montpellier in 

Languedoc. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 
i Anne, No. 1 12. 

[On 1701-2 Feb. 21 a petition was presented to the Lords for Daniel Latanes shewing 
that he was a French Protestant refugee, and cannot serve in the army unless 
naturalized. 

On Feb. 23 a petition was presented for David Nowit Bennett shewing that he was 
born at Rochelle of English parents, was forced thence into England, being a 
Protestant, and has lived here several years. 

On Feb. 24 a petition was presented for Frederick de Sibourg shewing that he has 
been a soldier for several years beyond seas and has served the King in the army 
on all occasions since 1691. 

On the same day a petition was presented for Rene Letourneau De Baumortier shewing 
that he left his country on account of his religion, and is destitute of employment 
unless naturalized. 

On Feb. 25 a petition was presented for Daniel Jounot shewing that he was only 
14 months old when he was brought over from France, and the rest of his parents’ 
family were born in England. 

On Feb. 27 a petition was presented for Gabriel Defrestel, John Perier, Joseph Coindrieau 
and Jacob Demillon shewing that they had served the king all the late wars in 
Flanders and elsewhere, but cannot serve any longer unless naturalized. 

On the same day a similar petition was presented for Peter Dupuy, Henry Neutte and 
F. Gourdon. Neutte does not appear in any of these Naturalization Acts. 

On Feb. 28 a petition similar to that of Defrestel above was presented for Peter Sergeant, 
Charles Perrotte, Timothy Motteux, John Girard, Pauli Girard, Stephen Benovad, 
Seigneuron Augier, Henrick Nortloo, Peter Dupuy, Francois Gourdon, Elias Bargeau, 
Lewis Pau and John Gaile. The name of Sergeant was subsequently struck out by 
the Commons. 

On March 3 a petition was presented for Lewis Vaslet shewing that he was forced 
out of his native country on account of his religion, and has lived 16 years in this 
country. 

On March 4 a petition was presented for John Gaile, a French Protestant minister, born 
at Nismes. 

On March 7 a petition similar to that of Defrestel above was presented for Charles 
David Lamecourt, Cornelavel (Cornelius Delaval, an infant), Isaac Chapellier, Peter 
Horry, Gideon Benoist and Gabriel Guichard. 



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On March 12 a petition was presented for Elias Dupuy shewing that he was a 
Protestant, and left his native country on account of his religion, and cannot do 
good service to the Queen unless naturalized. 

On March 23 a similar petition was presented for Joshua Pournie, Jacobo Constant, John 
Diserote, Gabriel Joseph Delafon, Isaac Auriol, Josias Laborde, Isaac Charieux, 
Charles Deni£, John Mariette, Francis Verdier, Smon Girbelin (?Gribelin), and 
Jacob Dupuy. Of these names Verdier and Constant were struck out by the 
Commons. 

On March 25 a petition was presented for Reijmer Snep and Henry de Gols, 
Hollanders, showing that they have lived many years in this kingdom. 

In Committee on April 2 the names were added of Jacob Constant, son of Jacob 
Constant, by Catherine his wife, born at Gamache in Picardy, and Lewis Vini£, son 
of Lewis Vinie, by Mary his wife, born at Paris. These two names were struck out 
by the Commons. 

The bill passed the Lords on April 3 ; was read a first time in the Commons on 
May 11. It passed with amendments on May 20. The Lords agreed to the 
amendments on May 21, and the bill received the royal assent on May 25. 

The Commons’ amendments consisted in striking out the following names : — 
William Matthyssen, son of Joos Mattyssen, by Catharine his wife, born at 
Middleburgh in Zealand; Frederick Bodisco, son of James Bodisco, by Rvchel his 
wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland; Peter Serjant [Sergeant], son of John Serjant, 
by Mary his wife, born at the Hague in Holland ; Samuel Esteve, son of Peter Esteve. 
by Rachael his wife, born at Castres in France; James Philip Moreau, son of Philip 
Moreau, by Catharine his wife, born at Rouen ; John Rene Giberne, son of Daniel 
Giberne, by Susanna his wife, born at Fongere in Brittany; Francis Verdier, son 
of John Verdier, by Mary his wife, born in Bordeaux; Gerard Spaan, son of 
Anthony Spaan, by Johanna his wife, born at Deventer, Over Izell, in Holland ; 
Jacob Constant, son of Jacob Constant, by Catharine his wife, born at Gamache in 
Picardy; Lewis Vivie, son of Lewis Vivie, by Mary his wife, born at Paris; and in 
inserting the names from Ball to the end of the Act. 

On May 21 the Commons Committee acquainted the House that several of the persons 
who had passed the Committee refused to pay their fees, although of good ability so 
to do, viz., Meaureau, Esteve, Livie and Verdier. Their names were ordered to be 
left out. 

The Sacramental certificates as given in Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., 
new series, iv, pp. 495-9, reveal many variations in the spelling of the names. 
Mateux appears as Motteux ; Bennett appears as David Nowet Bennet; Valogne 
appears as Mark Antony Vaissire Valogne; Tiquet appears as Triquet; Fourester 
as Faurestier; Renoudet as Renaudet ; Buland as Butand ; Ribot as Ribor; Osmont 
as Asmont ; Geldieu as Gelieu ; la Naive as Lanalue; Bouchereau as Bouhereau. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 55, 56, 79, 93, 95, 142, 150; Commons Journals xiii, pp. 836, 
843, 848, 862, 888, 891, 894, 902, 904, 907.] 

Stephen Benovad, son of Stephen Benovad, by Katherine his wife, born in Rochel. 

John Girard, son of Peter Girard, by Ester his wife, born in Rochell. 

Paul Girard, son of Peter Girard, by Ester his wife, born in Rochel. 

Timothy Matteux [Motteux], son of John Matteux, by Judith his wife, born at Rouen 
in Normandie. 

Charles Perot [Perrotte], son of Francis Perot, by Thamasse his wife, born at Caen in 
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Elias Bargeau, son of James Bargeau, by Jane his wife, born at Tramblade in Xaintonge, 
in France. 

James Thomas, son of Peter Thomas, by Katherine his wife, born at Tramblade in 
Xaintonge, in France. 

Daniell Moreau, son of Charles Moreau, by Mary his wife, born at Sintes in the 
Province of Saintonges. 

Thomas Le Heup, son of John Le Heup, by Susanna his wife, born at Saint Lo in 
Normandy, in France, [see supra, p. 14]. 

Peter Bezard, son of Peter Bezard, by Susanna his wife, born at Gien in the Province 
of Orleans, in France [see supra, p. 14]. 

Frederick De Sibourg, son of Frederick de Sibourg, by Mary his wife, born at 
Heidelberg in [the] Pilatinat (see L.J., xvii, p. 45). 

Peter Ducros [Deucros], son of Peter Ducros, by Margaret his wife, born in Langue- 
doc. 

Peter Renovard [Renouard], son of David Renovard, by Mary his wife, born at Paris 
in France. 

Andrew Vimielle, son of Andrew Vimielle, by Mary his wife, born at Montauban in 
Guienne. 

Mathew Poumier [Poumies], son of John Poumier, by Katherine his wife, born at 
Gonse in the Province of Bearn, in France. 

David Nowett Bennett, son of David Nowett, by Judith his wife, born at Rochel in the 
Province of Ouix, in France. 

John Gaile, son of James Gaile, by Mary his wife, born at Nismes in France (see L.J., 
xvii, p. 57). 

Lewis Pau, son of Peter Pau, by Anne his wife, born at Montpellier in Languedoc. 

Lewis Vaslet, son of James Vaslet, by Justine his wife, born at Saumur in France (see 
L.J., xvii, p. 55). 

Henery Smith, son of Dierick Smith, by Margarete his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Rene Letourneau de Beaumortier, son of Urbanie Letourneau de Beaumortier, by 
Frances his wife, born at Anjou in France. 

Benjamin Jouxson, alias Dejoux, son of Benjamin De Joux, by Magdalen his wife, born 
at Dye in Dauphine, in France (see L.J., xvii, p. 69). 

Jacob Acere, son of Mark Anthony Acere, by Ann his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Francis Gourden, son of Francis Gourden, by Mary his wife, born at Pons in Xaintongne. 

Peter Depuy [Dupuy], son of Peter Dupuy, by Mary his wife, born at Rochelle in France. 

Stephen Jouneau, son of Stephen Jouneau, bv Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Martin 
in the Isle of Ree. 

John Glenison, son of John Glenison, by Susanna his wife, born at Jonzac in Xaintonge. 

Mark Anthony [Vaissire] Valogne, son of Frances [Francis] Valogne, by Susanna his 
wife, born at Millau in the Province of Guienne, in France. 

Henry Dessey, son of Mathew Dessey, by Mary his wife, born at Bourdeaux in France. 

Charles Portales, son of Charles Portales, by Margaret his wife, born at Vigan in the 
Province of Languedoc. 

Peter Triquet, son of Henry Triquet, by Anne his wife, born at Nismes in Languedoc. 

Francis Beteilhe, son of Peter Beteilhe, by Mary his wife, born at Comon in the Pro- 
vince of Languedoc. 

Daniel Fourestier [Faurestier], son of Daniel Fourester, by Mary his wife, born at Pons 
in Xaintongne, in France, [see supra, p. 14]. 

Stephen Gendron, son of Stephen Gendron, by Mary his wife, born in Xaintonge in 
France. 

Esaye Renoudet [Renaudet], son of Matthew Renoudet, by Charlotte his wife, born at 
Pons in France. 

Daniel Peletreau, son of Daniel Peletreau, by Susanna his wife, born at Pons in 
Xaintongne. 

Rene Jaquet, son of James Jaquet, by Mary his wife, born in Aunis in France. 

Gabriel de la Haye, son of Rene de la Haye, by Katherine his wife, born at Rennes in 
the Province of Brittania, in France, [see supra, p. 14]. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Daniel Jouneau, son of Phillip Jouneau, by Susanna his wife, born at Barbesieux in 
Xaintonge. 

Theophile Serbier [Sorbier], son of Zacharia Serbier [Sorbier], by Mary his wife, born 
at Berjerac in Aquitaine in France. 

Benjamin Malide, son of John Malide, by Jane his wife, born at Nerac in Aquitaine. 

Zacharia Bulaud [Butaud or Butand], son of Zacharia Bulaud, by Judith his wife, 
born at Lucon in Poitou, in France. 

Francis Joly de Ternac, son of Jacob de Ternac, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Bordeaux in Aquitaine. 

Francis Ribot [Ribor], son of Francis Ribot, by Mary his wife, born at Mans in 
Touraine, in France. 

Daniel Pellisher, son of Daniel Pellisher, by Mary his wife, born at Jouuin in Aquitaine, 
in France. 

John Pavillard, son of Isaac Pavillard, by Esther his wife, born at Lasarra in the 
Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

Paul Douxsaint, son of Daniel Douxsaint, by Jane his wife, born at Marinque in the 
Province of Avergne, in France. 

Robert Osmont [Asmont], son of Austin Osmont, bv Jane his wife, born at Caen in 
Normandy. 

Daniel Garnier, son of Michael Gamier, by Mary his wife, born at Caen in Normandy. 

James Browne, son of James Brown, by Ann his wife, born at Berjerac in the Province 
of Guinne. 

John Masson, son of John Masson, by Charlotte his wife, born in Poctou in France. 

Honorat Superiori, alias Smith, son of Peter Superiori, by Mary his wife, born at Grives 
near Sarlat in Perigord, in France. 

John Bucaille, son of Giles Bucaille, by Eve his wife, born at Hebecrevon near Saint 
Loe in Normandy. 

Michael Reau, son of Michael Reau, by Mary his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Gabriel Reau, son of Michael Reau, by Marv his wife, born at Paris in France. 

John Lavie, son of Henry Lavie, by Mary his wife, born at Bourdeaux in France. 

Gerard Smith, son of Henry Smith, by Christiane his wife, born at Wesell in the County 
of Cleve, in Brandenburgh. 

Henry Bustin, son of Francis Bustin, by Martha his wife, born at Middlebourg in 
Zealand. [Possibly the Henry Pusin of L.J., xvii, p. 66]. 

John Montaud, son of John Montaud, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Montpellier in 
France. 

Jacob Leige [Laige], son of Phillip Leige, by Magdalen his wife, born at Lusignan in 
Poitou. 

Isaac Desbordes, son of William Desbordes, by Mary his wife, born at Mort in the 
Province of Poitou. 

Paul Fanjoux, son of Mathew Fanjoux, by Katherine his wife, born in the City of Tours 
in Tourene, in France. [Probably the Paul Forioux of L.J., xvii, p. 69 J. 

Mathew Gelieu [Geldieu], son of John Gelieu, by Mary his wife, born at Laupede in 
Agenois. 

Jacob Beaune, son of James Beaune, bv Anne his wife, born at Duras in France. 

Oliver Rapiat La Brose [Labrosse], son of Rene Rapiat La Brose, by Ann his wife, 
born at Couhein in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Christopher Zobell, son of Martain Zobel, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Marvnburgh 
in Prussia. 

Peter Horry, son of John Horry, bv Lewes his wife, born at Marane in Xaintonge. 

Abraham Torin, son of Anthony Torin, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Roven in 
Normandy. 

Peter Landreau, son of Paul Landreau, bv Susanna his wife, born at Cognac in An- 
goumais, in France, [see supra, p. 14]. 

Peter Masson [Mason], son of James Masson, by Claude his wife, born at Angers in 
Anjou [see L.J., xvii, p. 45, and supra, p. 14]. 



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Gabriel Delaprimanday [Delaprimauday], son of Dante Laprimanday, by Mary his 
wife, born in the Province of Poitou [ see supra, p. 13]. 

James Texier, son of Isaac Texier, by Jane his wife, born at Touzac in Angoumois, in 
France [see supra, p. 13], 

Stephen Brigaud, son of Stephen Brigaud, by Jane his wife, born at Isle of Ree in the 
County of Ouix, in France [ see supra, p. 13]. 

James Le Roye, son of James Le Roy, by Magdelene his wife, born at Demer in Chastre 
in Beause, in France. 

Isaac Lasalle [Laselle], son of Ciprian Lasalle, by Jane his wife, born at Lyons in 
France. 

Abraham Meure, son of Abraham Meure, by Magdalen his wife, born at Saumur in the 
Province of Anjou, in France. 

Gaswines Smith, son of Hermon Smith, by Katherine his wife, born at Mulhelm in the 
County of Cleve. 

James Galine, son of Anthony Galine, by Blanche his wife, born at Munbrun in 
Dauphine, in France, [ see supra , p. 14]. 

David Bonnett, son of John Bonnett, by Margaret his wife, born at Saint Hippolitte 
in Languedoc, [ see supra, p. 14]. 

Peter Gally [de Galy], son of Laguelle De Gaily, by Lewes his wife, born at Milleau in 
Rovergue, in France. 

Gabriel Guichard [Gichard], son of Isaac Guichard, by Katherine his wife, born at 
Sumene in the Province of Languedoc. 

Daniel Latanes, son of James Latanes, by Mary his wife, born at Nerac in France. 

Gideon Benoist, son of Lawrence Benoist, born at Saint Paulcrois Chateux in Dauphine. 

John Diserote, son of John Diserote, by Judith his wife, born at City of Olerons in the 
Principallity of Bearne. 

Elias Dupuy, son of Elias Dupuy, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bourdeaux in France. 

Isaac Auriol, son of Eliza [sic. ? Elizaens] Auriol, by Ann his wife, born at Castres in 
Languedoc. 

Josias Laborde, son of Stephen Laborde, by Ann his wife, born at City of Orches in 
Bearne. 

Daniel Papon, son of Simon Papon, by Mary his wife, born at Montauban in Guinne 
[ see supra, p. 13]. 

Isaac Chapelleir, son of Lewis Chapelleir, by Simone his wife, born at Uzes in Languedoc. 

John Mariette, son of Francis Mariette, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Jacob De Millon, son of Isaac De Millon, by Anne his wife, born at Libourne in Guinne. 

Seigneuron Augier, son of Peter Augier, by Mary his wife, born at Castle Jaloux in 
Guienne. 

John Perier, son of Peter Perier, by Jane his wife, born at Saint Savignen in Xaintonge. 

Joseph Coindreau, son of Joseph Coindreau, by Mary his wife, born at Saint Just in 
Xaintonge. 

John Souret, son of John Souret, by Judith his wife, born at Saverdun in the County of 
Troix. 

Joshua Pomie, son of Abel Poumie, by Mary his wife, born at Montauban in Guinne. 

Gabriel De Frestel, son of Benjamin De Frestel, by Lovisse his wife, born at Testy 
in Lower Normandy. 

Gabriel Joseph De la Fon, son of Adam De la Fon, by Ann his wife, born at Bourdeaux 
in France. 

FIenry Nortloo, son of John Nortloo, by Katherine his wife, born at Sost in [the] Mark 
[of] Brandenburgh. 

Charles Denie, son of Claudiens Denie, by Lowis his wife, born at Verfel in Rovergue, 
in France. 

Symon Gribelin, son of Jacob Gribelin, by Mary his wife, born in City of Blois. 

David Lamecourt, son of Bartholomeus Lamecourt, by Martha his wife, born at Sedan 
in France. (Possibly the Charles David Damecourt of L.J., xvii, p. 60.) 

James Brunier, son of Abel Brunier, by Margaret his wife, born at Blois in France. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Peter Perquot [Parquot], son of Francis Perquot, by Anne his wife, born at Marennes 
in Xaintongne. 

Phillip Fruchard, son of James Fruchard, by Katherine his wife, born at Poitou in 
France. 

Peter Deschampz, son of Peter Deschampz, by Mary his wife, born at Poitiers in Poitou. 

Jacob Dupuy, son of Jacob Dupuy, by Judith his wife, born at City of Xaintes in 
Xaintongne. 

Peter Veriti, an infant, son of Isaac Veriti, by Mary his wife, born at Dieppe in Nor- 
mandy. 

John Langelier, an infant, son of Abel Langlier, by Mary his wife, born at Rochell in 
France. 

Francis Oliver, son of Charles Oliver, by Martha his wife, born at Partenay in the 
Province of Poitou. 

Isaac Charien, son of John Charien, by Susanna his wife, born at Duras in Guinne. 

Stephen Ryon, son of John Ryon, by Anne his wife, born at Nimes in Languedoc. 

Reynier Snep, son of Dirck Snep, by Mary his wife, born at Dort in Holland. 

Henry de Gols, son of Philip de Gols, by Ann his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Barnard Fuekert, son of Christian Fuekert, by Ann his wife, born at Iserlohn in the 
County of Mark, belonging to the King of Prussia. 

Henry King, son of Henry King, by Ann Margeret his wife, born at Uchte in the 
County of Tecklenburg, belonging to the Landgrave of Hessen. 

Tanegjjij le Feure, son of Taneguy le Feure, by Mary Oliver his wife, born at Saumur in 
Anjou. 

Cornelius Delaval, an infant, son of Henry Delaval, by Mary Magdelaine his wife, 
born at Fontain, near Picardie. 

James Cornet, son of Balthehard Cornet, by Judith his wife, born at Montellimard in 
Dauphine, in France. 

Peter de Rouen, son of Josias de Rouen, by Susanna his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Alard Belin, son of James Belin, by Jane his wife, born at Rochell in France. 

John George, son of Samuell George, by Magdelaine his wife, born at Vi trey le Francoise 
in Champain, in France. 

Philip Bureau, son of Francis Bureau, by Marv his wife, born at Niort in Poitou in 
France. 

Lewis Saurin, son of John Saurin, by 1 1 ipolite his wife, born at Nimes in Languedoc, in 
France. 

James Bursott, son of Peter Bursott, by Mary his wife, born at Aubray in Bau Le 
France. 

Joshua Soulard, son of Stephen Soulard, by Mary his wife, born at Saints in Xaintonge, 
in France. 

John Chaigneau, son of David Chaigneau, by Susanna his wife, born at Saints in 
Xaintonge, in France. 

Andrew Bonouries, son of Isaac Bonouries, by Mary his wife, born at Saintes in the 
Province of Xaintonges, in France. 

Peter Daniel, son of Peter Daniel, by Diana his wife, born at Paris [.see supra, p. 13 ]. 

John Sabatier, son of Anthony Sabatier, by Mary his wife, born at Montpellier in 
Languedoc, in France. 

John Decomuun[ ?], son of Joseph Decomuun[?], bv Mary his wife, born at Geneva. 

Stephen Lelmbach, son of George Leimbach, by Anna his wife, born at Cassel in 
Germany. 

James Ball, son of Samuel Ball, by Katharine his wife, born at Cadebush in Dukedom 
of Mackleburgh, Gerret. 

John Rijs [should be Garrett John Nijs], son of John Rijs [should be Nijs], by Johanna 
his wife, born at Zutphen in the Province of Guilderland. 

Francis Limborch, son of Phillippus Limborch, by Cornelia his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

Philip Guibert, son of Peter Guibert, by Margaret his wife, born at Lyons in France. 



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Nicholas James Le Tavernier, son of Nicholas Le Tavernier, bv Esther his wife, born 
at Villiers Le Bel near Paris, in France. 

Peter Chaigneau, son of Isaac Chaigneau, by Judith his wife, born at Barbexieux in 
Xaintonge, in France. 

Mathias Chaigneau, son of Mathias Chaigneau, by Mary his wife, born at Taytbourg 
in Xaintonge, in France. 

Charles Timothy Baignoux, son of Timothy Baignoux, by Mary his wife, born at 
Portier in France. 

Henry Boyer, son of Peter Boyer, by Mary his wife, born at Balver in the Province of 
Perigord, in France. 

James De Foyssat, son of Lewis de Foyssat, by Katharine his wife, born at Tournen in 
the Province of Guienne, in France. 

Gaspard la Nalve, son of Gaspard la Naive, by Judith his wife, born at Vilfereal in the 
Province of Guinne, in France. 

Lewis Galabin, son of John Galabin, by Alix his wife, born in the City of Orange. 

Amateur Bouchereau, son of Elie Bouchereau, by Margaret his wife, born at Rochel in 
France [ see supra, p. 13]. 

Samuel Ravenel, son of John Ravenel, by Judith his wife, born at Rennes in Brittany, 
in France. 

Abel Langelier, son of Abel Langelier, by Mary his wife, born at Rochelle. 

Christopher de Schmettau, son of Ernest de Schmetteau, by Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Breslau in Silesia. 

Jacob Vincent, son of Michel Vincent, by Esther his wife, born at Caen in Normandy. 

Abraham de Magny, son of Gamaliel de Magny, by Margareta his wife, born at Weray 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 



NATURALIZATION BILL WHICH DID NOT PASS. 

[On 1701 June 12 a petition was presented for Joseph De Launay, Alexander Raquet 
Desfourneaux, Peter Martin, Francis Claris, John Rabaud, John Ramsey (Ramesers), 
James Trelebois, Eliaser Minte, Benjamin du Roy, John Lewis de Ligonier, Jean 
Housset, John George Shmithen (Schmiten) and John Thomas. It stated that they 
were disbanded officers, had served ever since the King came to the Crown and were 
come out of Ireland desiring to be capable of serving the King and kingdom again. 
Of these names all but Claris, du Roy and Thomas are included in De Bacalon’s Act, 
1 Anne, No. m, supra, p. 14, seq. 

On June 13 a petition was presented for Anthony Laroque, Marc Anthony Vaissier 
Valogne, John Porte Laroque. It stated that they were French Protestants turned 
out of their native country for religion’s sake; had served in the English army in 
Ireland and Flanders during all the late war and desired to be enabled to serve 
again. Of these names the Laroques occur in de Bacalon’s Act, 1 Anne, No. iir, 
and Valogne in Benovad’s Act, 1 Anne, No. 112, supra, p. 17, seq. 

On June 14 a petition was presented for Alexander Duroure Desbonneux. It stated 
that he was a French Protestant officer; had been forced to leave his country, estate 
and the French service; came over to England for religion’s sake at the same time as 
the King. The name of Peter de Grealy, a French Protestant officer, was added to 
this bill. De Grealy’s name occurs in Benovad’s Act, ut supra. 

On June 14 a petition was presented for Daniel Moreau, Daniel Moreau jun., Benjamin 
Malide and Elias Delpeuch. It stated that they were French Protestants forced to 
leave their country and estates for religion. Of these names one of the Moreaus and 
Malide occur in Benovad’s Act and Delpeuch in Bacalon’s. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



On June 16 a petition was presented for Philippes de La Beaune (La Beauve). It stated 
that he was a Captain in the late Col. Lillemarais’ Regiment in his Majesty’s 
service in Piedmont; is a French Protestant, left his country and estate for religion’s - 
sake and served the King during the late war as Captain in Piedmont. This name 
does not occur in any of these Acts. 

On June 18 a petition was presented for Oliver Le Nouricier, Peter Fleuriot, Jacob Hue 
and Michael Hue. It stated that they were forced to quit their native country on 
account of their religion, and have given good testimony of their loyalty. None of 
these names appear in any of these Acts. 

On June 20 a petition was presented for Steven Fermignac, James Bruguier and 
William Barbut. It stated that they were French Protestants forced out of France 
for their religion ; have served in Cavalry Regiments in the late wars and always 
ventured their lives for the Protestant religion and for England. None of these 
names occur in any of these Acts. One James Brunier occurs in Benovad’s Act 
and a John Bruguier in De Bacalon’s Act. 

On June 20 a petition was presented for Abel Langelier, Zacharia Butand and Michall 
Derry. Of these names Butand occurs in Benovad’s Act, supra, p. 20 ; Abel Langelier 
occurs in both that Act and in Van Ryssen’s Act, supra, pp. 12, 23. Derry’s name does 
not occur in any Act. 

A bill was ordered to be brought in 1701 June 13 for De Launay et al. It was read a 
second time and committed on the following day. It proceeded no further. 

See Lords Journals xvi, pp. 741, 743, 747, 757; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords 
MSS., new series, vol. iv, pp. 389-91.] 



NATURALIZATION BILL WHICH DID NOT PASS. 

[On 1702-3 Jan. 17 a petition was presented to the Lords for Johan Echard Mussuingang, 
Henry Tunis and others, Daniel Hake and others, and Peter Le Blane (Blanc) and 
others, shewing that they had served the late King in the wars and praying to be 
naturalized. 

On Jan. 21 a petition was presented for Daniel Preveraud, James and Samuel Clavis and 
others. 

On Jan. 25 several petitions were presented for Stephen Daubus and others; Isaac 
L’Jay and others, Peter Williams and others. 

On Jan. 13 a bill was read a first time in the Lords for John Hack and others. On the 
second reading Jan. 21 it is styled a bill for Daniel Hack, Charles John Bruce and 
others. In Committee seven names were struck out, which are printed in square 
brackets in the list below, and 35 names were added, viz., from Michel Reau to the end. 
In this form the bill passed the Lords on Feb. 4. It was read a first time in the 
Commons on Feb. 18, but no further proceedings were had on the bill, although the 
name of John Briott, struck out by the Lords, appears in the Commons Journals 
on Feb. 19 as taking the oaths in order to his naturalization. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 203, 237, 250, 256, 265, 268; Commons Journals xiv, 
178-9, 204, 205 ; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, v, pp. 184-6. 
By consulting the index to the present volume it will be possible to discover how far 
and in what other Act any of the names in the following list were actually subsequently 
naturalized.] 



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Daniel Hack, son of Philip and Mary Hack, born at Cologne. 

Charles Johan Bruce, son of John and Gertrude Bruce, born at Stockholm. 

John Echard Mussigang, son of John and Eve Vilizitas Mussigang, born at Ziegenhain, 
Germany. 

Lewis Wadden, son of David and Anne Wadden, born at Villeneuve, Switzerland. 
Andreas Haselgren, son of Peter and Catherine Halelgren, born at Stockholm. 

[Peter van Thelin, son of Peter and Magdalena van Thelin, born at Carlsham, 
Swedland.] 

Henry Tunis, son of Peter and Mary Tunis, born at Boelswaert, Friesland. 

Frederick Hart, son of Thomas and Anna Maria Hart, born at Polsevin, Germany. 
John Conrad Nehring, son of Joachim and Martha Nehring, born at Volcanroda, 
Germany. 

Gerard William Schroder, son of Gerhardt and Clara Margaret Schroder, born at 
Dyphols, Germany. 

Burges Hydeman, son of Herman and Katherine Hydeman, born at Hertford, Germany. 
John Rymers, son of John and Ann Rymers, born at Lubeck, Germany. 

Jacob Meyer, son of Jacob and Margarett Meyer, born at Hamburg. 

[Nicholas Gevekoht, son of Anthony and Anne Gevekoht, born at Hamburg.] 
[Gebhardt Lupke, son of Gebhardt and Dorothy Lupke, born at Hamburg.] 

Abraham Henniken, son of Garlieb and Elizabeth Henniken, born at Danzig, Germany. 
[John Titts, son of George and Eve Titts, born at Breslau, Germany.] 

[Claudius Dupuis, son of Claudius and Katherine Dupuis, born at Orb, Switzerland.] 
[Francis Miden, son of Anthony and Jane Miden, born in Haynault.] 

Frederick Shwab, son of Frederick and Ann Shwab, born at Basle, Switzerland. 

John Gugleman, son of Conrad and Ann Gugelman, born at Basle, Switzerland. 

Peter Margarett, son of Peter and Mary Margarett, born at Vichy, France. 

[John Briot, son of John and Jane Briot, born at Tours, France.] (See C.J., xiv, p. 
205.) 

Peter Le Blanc, son of Peter and Jane Le Blanc, born at Vitrey, France. 

James Buffar, son of Daniel and Anne Buffar, born at Beu, France. 

Charles Ernest Kirsh, son of Gabrieli and Anne Kirsh, born at Danzig, Prussia. 
Michael R6au, son of Gabriel and Anne Reau, born at Bordeaux, France. 

Abel Denys, son of Stephen and Mary Denys, born at Bordeaux, France. 

Isaac Cailloud [appears as Caillouel in the Sacramental certificate], son of Isaac and 
Mary Caillouel, born at Rouen, France. 

James Ricard, son of Peter and Elizabeth Ricard, born at St. Hippolyte, France. (See 
L.J., xvii, p. 241.) 

Philip Gillon, son of John and Mary Gillon, born at Terlon, Flanders. 

Mathew Decker, son of Dirk and Catherina Decker, born at Amsterdam, Holland. 
William Van Gendt, son of Bartholomeus and Catherina Van Gendt, born at Amsterdam, 
Holland. 

Jonas Rowdandson, son of Roland and Catherine Rowlandson, born at Dort, Holland. 
Peter Boyer, son of Anthony and Jane Boyer, born at Mayrinies, Languedoc, France. 
Daniel Preveraud, son of Daniel and Claude Preveraud, born at Jarnac, France. 
Lawrence Roussell, son of Lawrence and Mary Roussell, born at Rouen, Normandy. 
Isaac Bellet, son of Vincent and Marguerite Bellet, born at Montandre, Saintonge. 
John Anthony Motteux, son of John and Judith Motteux, born at Rouen, Normandy: 
James Bihoreau S’Amour, son of John and Elizabeth Bihoreau, born at Blois, France. 
James Mazel, son of Francois and Jane Mazel, born at St. Hippolyte in the Cevennes, 
France. 

Henry Ramsey, son of Francois and Jane Ramsey, born at Mouchamp, Poictou, France. 
Mathew Arnold, son of Frederick and Agnes Arnold, born at Tiarbach in Spaheim, 
Germany. 

Peter Lagrange, son of Peter and Mary Lagrange, born at Mosey, Saintonge, France. 
Joseph Desminiere, son of Lewis Renie and Ann Desminiere, born at Poitiers, Poictou, 
France. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



James Marye, son of James and Catherine Marye, born at Caen, Normandy. 

Isaac Le Jay, son of Isaac and Magdalene Le Jay, born at Tours, France. 

John De Chaulx, son of Gabriel and Frances De Chaulx, born at Rochelle, France. 
David Boudon, son of David and Marguerita Boudon, born at Ganges, Languedoc, 
France. 

Peter Gaussen, son of John and Marguerita Gaussen, born at Lunel, Languedoc, France. 
Peter Flournoys, son of James and Jane Flournoys, born in Geneva. 

Nicholas Gambier, son of Nicholas and Mary Gambier, born at Caen, Normandy. 
Stephen Daubuz, son of Esaiah and Julia Daubuz, born at Nerac, Guienne, France. 
Andrew Vedeau, son of John and Anne Vedeau, born at Saintes, Saintonge, France. 
Peter Williams, son of Lewis and Jane Williams, born at Chatillon, Dauphine. 

John Gamel, son of Baltasar and Joanne Gamel, born at Villeneuve, Guienne. 

John Hastings, son of John and Margaret Hastings, born at Preston Pans, Scotland. 
John Rainaud, son of James and Ann Rainaud, born at Rocheovar, Poictou. 

Philip Rainaud, son of James and Ann Rainaud, born at Rocheovar, Poictou. 

John Deerman, son of George and Dorothy Deerman, born at Zell, Germany. (See 
L.J., xvii, p. 241.) 

John Frederick Hoppe, son of Henry and Eybe Hoppe, born at Hamburg. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 



2 Anne, No. 3. 

[The petition of George Cholmondeley (afterwards Lord Newborough and Earl of 
Cholmondeley) and Elizabeth his wife on behalf of the said Elizabeth was presented 
to the House of Lords 1703 Dec. 10. It stated that she was born of Protestant 
parents at the Hague, has constantly professed the Protestant religion and has lived 
14 years in this kingdom. The bill was read a first time Dec. 11 ; passed the Lords 
Dec. 16; was read a first time in the Commons Dec. 17; passed the Commons 
with amendments 1703-4 Jan. 13; The Lords agreed to the amendments Jan. 14; and 
it received the royal assent Jan. 21. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 344, 345, 346, 349, 350; Commons Journals xiv, pp. 251, 253, 
255, 267-8, 279, 282, 292; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
vol. v, p. 290.] 

Elizabeth Cholmondeley (wife of George Cholmondeley, Esquire), daughter of Albert 
Ruytenburgh, by Ann his wife [Ann Eliz. daughter of Louis de Nassau de Bever- 
querk] ; born at the Hague in Holland. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

2 Anne, No. 35. 

[The petition of Isaac Kops was presented to the Lords 1703 Dec 21. It stated that 
petitioner has withdrawn all his effects from abroad and given good testimony of his 
loyalty. The bill was read a first time Dec. 22; passed the Lords 1703-4 Jan. 20; 
was read a first time in the Commons Jan. 27; passed the Commons Feb. 18, and 
received the royal assent Feb. 24. 

Nee Lords Journals xvii, pp. 356, 358, 368, 375, 377, 441, 458; Commons Journals xiv, 
pp. 255, 289, 309, 317, 323, 342. For his Sacramental certificate see Hist. MSS. 
Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, v, p. 310-11.] 

Isaac Kops, son of Peter Kops, by Sarah his wife, born at Nimegen in Gelderland. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

2 Anne, No. 36. 

[The petition for Rene Ranc, Matthew Decker and others was presented to the House of- 
Commons 1703-4 Jan. 29. It stated that the petitioners were all foreign Protestants 
well affected to the Government and had brought what effects they had into this 
kingdom in order to reside here. The bill was read a first time on Feb. 1 ; passed the 
Commons on Feb. 16; was read a first time in the Lords on Feb. 17; passed the 
Lords on Feb. 21, and received the royal assent on Feb. 24. 

See Commons Journals xiv, pp. 31 1, 314, 316, 321 331, 339, 350, 355; Lords Journals 
xvii, 260, pp. 439, 441, 444, 458. Four of these names occur in the abortive bill of 
Jan. 1702-3 for Hack’s naturalization, viz., Denys, Decker, Rowlandson and 
Hastings. See Hist. MSS., Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, v., pp. 185-6.] 

Rene Ranc, son of John Ranc, by Judith his wife, born at Privas in Vivares in the 
Kingdom of France. 

Mathew Decker, son of Derick Decker, by Katherina his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. (Possibly the Mathew Decow of L.J., xvii, p. 258.) 

Jonas Rowlandson, son of Rowland Rowlinson, by Katherina his wife, born at Dort 
in Holland. 

James Roussy, son of Peter Roussy, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vigau in Cevennes, 
in the Kingdom of France. 

John Testas, son of Peter Testas, by Mary his wife, born at Bourdeaux in Guienne in 
the Kingdom of France. 

Augustin de Cleve, son of John de Cleve, by Katherina his wife, born at Amiens in 
Picardie, in the Kingdom of France. 

Lewis Galdy, son of John Galdy, by Magdelena his wife, born at Monpelier in the 
Kingdom of France. 

James Angelras, son of Charles Angelras, by Mary his wife, born at Nimes in the 
Kingdom of France. 

Abell Denijs, son of Stephen Denijs, by Mary his wife, born at Bourdeaux in the 
Kingdom of France. 

Francis Chef d’Hostel de la Roche, son of Francis Chef d’Hostel de la Roche, by 
Mary his wife, born at Rouen in Normandy, in the Kingdom of France. 

John Haijs, son of James Haijs, by Mary his wife, born at Calais in Picardie, in the 
Kingdom of France. 

William Martinant Nevar, son of John Martinant, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Toulouse in Languedoc, in the Kingdom of France, [ see C.J., xiv., p. 316]. 

Peter Debaufre, son of Samuell Debaufre, by Ann his wife, born at Nogen la Roy, 
near Paris, in France. 

Michaell Garnault, son of Peter Garnault, by Ann his wife, born at Shatellerault in 
Poitou, in France. 

t Jacob Debaufre, son of Peter Debaufre, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Paris in France, 
s Noah de la Fontaine dil Wicart, son of Phillip de la Fontaine dil Wicart, by Jaenne 
his wife, born at Vallencenne in Flandre. 

John Hastings, son of John Hastings, by Margarett his wife, born at Prestown in 
Scotland. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

2 Anne. No, 37. 

[The petition of Henry Boisrond (de St. Leger) and others paying for naturalization 
was presented to the House of Lords 1703-4 Jan. 13. It was read a first time in the 
Lords Jan. 20. In Committee on Jan. 25 the name of John Desminiere was struck 
out because he had not taken the oaths or appeared. But his name appears in the 
Act. The bill passed the Lords on Jan. 28. It was read a first time in the Commons 
on Feb. 9, and finally passed the Commons with amendments on Feb. 22. The 
Lords agreed to the amendments on the following day, and the bill received the 
royal assent on Feb. 24. The Commons’ amendments consisted in the insertion of 
all the names from Combecroze to Matteux. The variants in the text are from the 
entry of these additional names in the Commons Journals xiv, p. 346. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 366, 377, 380, 386, 387, 455, 458; Commons Journals xiv, 
pp. 312, 328, 329, 332, 338, 346, 349, 353, 355 - Hist - MSS - Reports, House of 
Lords MSS., new series, v, pp. 362-3. Unfortunately this latter publication does 
not print the details of the Lords’ Committee proceedings nor the Sacramental 
certificates for this Act.] 

Henry Boisrond de St. Leger, son of Rene Boisrond de St. Leger, by Benine his wife, 
born at St. Siers in the Province of Saintonge, in France. J 

Peter De la Grange, son of Peter De la Grange, bv Mary his wife, born at De in the 
Province of Saintonge, in France. 

Beat Lewis Wadden, son of David Wadden, by Ann his wife, born at \ illeneuve in 
Switzerland. 

Lewis Lamalquiere, son of Lewis Lamelquiere, by Jeane his wife, born at Yiane in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. I 

Constantin de Nolet, son of John Anthony de Nolet, by Mary his wife, born at Hieville, 
in the Province of Normandy, in France. 

Charles Jremell, son of Jeremy Jremell, by Elizabeth his wife, born at St. Marie Ouime 
in Alsasse, in Germany. _ 

Peter De la Fontaine, son of Michael De la Fontaine, by Ester his wife, born at St. 
Lo in the Province of Normandy, in France. I 

Peter Williams, son of Lewis Williams, by Jane his wife, born at Chatillon in the 
Province of Dauphine, in France. 

John Ramsey, son of Francis Ramsey, by Mary his wife, born at Monchamp in the 
Province of Poitou, in France. . 

•Daniel Preverand, son of Daniel Preverand, by Ann his wife, born at Jarnac in the 
Province of Saintonge, in France. 

John Francis Portall, son of John Francis Portall, by Frances his wife, born at I oitiers 
in the Province of Poitou, in France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 205.) 

Henry Davene, son of Lewis Davene, by Glaude his wife, born at Angers in the 
Province of Anjou, in France. 

John Dufan, son of Daniel Dufan, by Ester his wife, born at Labastide Darmagnac in 
the Province of Guinne, in France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206.) 

Phillip Morel, son of James Morel, by Mary his wife, born at Chalon in the Province 
of Champagne, in France. I 

Thomas Le Sage, son of Peter Le Sage, by Martha his wife, born at Allanson in the 

Province of Normandy. . 

John Vesian, son of Francis Vesian, by Elenor his wife, born at Mompelier in the Province 

of Languedoc, in France. 

Augustus Desminiere, son of Robert Desminiere, by Anne his wife, born at Montagu ir 
the Province of Poitou, in France. 



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Nicholas Facio, son of John Baptist Facio, by Catherine his wife, born at Basil in 
Switzerland. 

Henry Beaulieu, son of Cesar Beaulieu, by Susanna his wife, born at Quentin in Lower 
Britain. 

Peter Brisac, son of Henry Brisac, by Mary his wife, born at La Bastide of Armagniac in 
the Province of Guienne, in France. [See C.J., xiv, p. 206]. 

Mary Susanna Westcott (wife of Samuel Westcott), daughter of William Barnes, by 
Susanna his wife, born at Paris in France. 

John Cottin, son of John Cottin, by Mary his wife, born at Paris in France. ( See 
L.J., xvii, p. 382.) 

James Richard, son of Isaac Richard, by Anne his wife, born at Marenne in Xaintonge. 

John Meric Cole, son of John Meric Cole, by Mary his wife, born at Monpellier in 
France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206.) 

Samuel Lawran, son of Morses Lawran, by Mary his wife, born at Wondon in Berry in 
France. 

John Milxan, son of John Milxan and Mary his wife, born at Cognac in Angounies in 
France. 

John Dedier, son of John Dedier, by Margaret his wife, born at Vassy in Champagne in 
France. 

Isaac Bellett, son of Vincent Bellet and Margaret his wife, born at Montandre in 
Xaintonge. 

Peter Pivain, son of Abraham Pivain, by Mary his wife, born at Crevant in Orleans, 
in France. 

John Trapsack, son of Gabriel Trapsack, by Helena his wife, born at Labastide in Bearn, 
in France. 

Peter Margarett, son of Peter Margarett, by Mary his wife, born at Vichy in the 
Province of Bourbonnois, in France. 

James Saint Amour, son of James Saint Amour, by Margarett his wife, born at Blois 
in the Province of Blaissois, in France. 

Stephen Theard, son of Isaac Theard, by Mary his wife, born at Angers in the Province 
of Anjou, in France. 

Isaac Vernier, son of Petter Vernier, by Suzanne his wife, born at Vassy in the 
Province of Champagne, in France. 

Louis du four, son of William du four, by Mary his wife, born at Caen in the Province 
of Normandie, in France. 

Peter Flournoys, son of James Flournoys, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

Rene la Combe clusell, son of Anthony la Combe clusel, by Catherine his wife, born 
at Cheilur in the Province of Vivarets. 

Charles Bruce, son of John and Gertrude Bruce, born at Stockholm in Sweedland. 

Peter Combecroze, son of Peter Combroze (Combecroze), by Marguerite his wife, born 
at St. Jean in the Cevenes (see C.J., xiv, 329, 346). 

Arthur La Conte, son of Arthur La Conte, by Mary his wife, born in the Island of 
Dolleron in the Province of Xaintonge, in France. 

Jacob Meulh (Meauhl), son of Zachariah Meulh, by Judith his wife, born in the Duchv 
of Allbret in the Kingdome of France. 

George Brown, son of George Brown, by Sarah his wife, born at Stockholm in Sweedland 

Anthony Cherembault (Cherumbault), son of James Cherembault, by Mary his wife, 
born in the Kingdome of France. 

Stephen Petitet (Petitit), son of John Petitet, by Marguritte his wife, born at Paris 
in France. 

Abraham Roussier, son of Jacob (James) Roussier, by Mary his wife, born at Vilfagnan 
(Villfragnan) in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Nicholas le Fontaine, son of Peter le Fontaine, by Judith his wife, born in Normandie 
in France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206, 346). 

Peter Voyer Richausse (Richoresse), son of Peter Voyer de Richausse, by Mary his 
wife, born in the Camty [Comte] of Blois in the Province of Orleans, in France, 



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John Desminiere, son of Robert Desminiere, by Ann his wife, born at Montaign in the 
Province of Poitou, in France. 

John Commang, son of Abraham [Commang], by Anne his wife, born at Aspe in France. 

John Rainaud (Raimond, Ranaud), son of James Rainaud (Raimond), by Anne his I 
wife, born in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Anthony Bruce, son of William Bruce, by Katherine his wife, born in the City of 
Aiguemorte in Languedoc. 

Walter Nicholas Bras (Brasse), son of Nicholas Bras (Brasse), by Margaret his wife, ! 
born at Nimwegen in Gelderland. 

Andrew Jaquet, son of Peter Jaquet, by Mary his wife, born in Geneva. 

Daniel Dubourg, son of Daniel Dubourg, by Susanna his wife, born at Peauh de 
Gonteaut in Guienne, in France. 

John Painteur, son of Paul Painteur, by Charlotte his wife, born in Normandy in 
France. 

John Lapradelle, son of John Lapradelle, by Mary his wife, born at La Roche faucaut 
in the Province of Angoumois, in France. 

Benjamin Mesclop du Roy, son of John Mesclop du Roy, by Marguerite his wife, born 
at Bergeirac in Guienne. 

Peter Gaussen, son of John Gaussen, by Margaret his wife, born at Lunet in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France. 

Daniel Tirel, son of Peter Tirel, bv Elizabeth his wife, born at Caen in the Province of ■ 
Normandy, in France. 

Jacob Cross (Crosse), son of Jacob Cross, by Mary his wife, born at La Canne (Caune) 
in the Province of Languedoc, in France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206.) 

Peter Callu (Callie), son of Stephen Callu (Callie), by Ann his wife, born in the town , 
of Orleans. 

John Anthony Matteux, son of John Matteux, by Judith his wife, born at Rouen in 
Normandy, in France. 

James Bawdewin, son of James Baudewin, by Mary his wife, born at Diepe in France. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1703 June 24. Michaeli Reau. 1 

Jacobo des Brosses. 

Claudio Noury. 

Fr.ANCISCE FoURE DE (des) PlLlERES. 

Zacharie Loquet. 

JOHANNI MAIGNON. 

Andree Boucher (Bouher). 

Jacobo de Sennes. 

Jacobo Dupuy. 

Alexandro Vallier. 

Anne Mahieu. 

Judithe Coutin, and 

Margarette, her daughter. 

Lucq Cognard. 

Francisco Roussel. 

Isaaco Roussel. 

Magdalene Berchere. 

Joiii-Petro le Court (Le Court). 

1. These names are all in the dative ease in the Christian names. They are left in the original 
Latin form because of the uncertainty of translation in some cases, e.g., Jacobus may be either James 
or Jacques; Johannes may be Jean or John; Maria may be Mary, Marie or Maria; Petrus may be 
Peter or Pierre, and so on. Jacob (undeclined) is always Jacob. 



DENIZATIONS. 



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1703 June 24 Georgio Mews. 

Zacharie Butaud [or Butand]. 
Jacobo Mounier. 

Petro de la Tour. 

Alexandro Farnoux. 

Jacobo le Conte (Le Conte). 
Nicholao Chenu, 

Anne, his wife, 

Michael, 

Anne, and 

Elizabethe, their children. 
Marie Lardeau, and 
JOHI, 

Pascali, 

Jacobo, 

Aime, and 
Renee, his children. 

John Charpentier, clerk, and 
FRANCISCE, his wife. 

Anne Charpentier. 

Jacobo Soulisse, 

Marie, his wife. 

Joshue Soulisse. 

Jacobo Aumosnier. 

Gideoni Ferron. 

Gabrieli Ferron. 

Danieli Quintard. 

Johi Sauzeau. 

Renato Merchant. 

Hely Bouyneau. 

Jacobo de Cassel, 

Sare, his wife, and 
Jacobo, their son. 

Jacobo Deprez, 

Marie, his wife, 

Constance, 

Marie, 

Margarette, and 
Anne, their children. 

Danieli Portreau. 

Marie Pecqueur, 
Claudio-Daniele, her son. 
Olivero le Nouricier. 

Jacobo Hue. 

Michaeli Hue. 

Nicholas Courtois. 

Josepho Gomme. 

Mosi VOUGNY. 

Johi Cazals. 

Johi Buscarelet. 

Jacobo Perot. 

Johi Joyeux. 

Marie Boyer. 

Johi Cabanes, 

Francisce, his wife, and 
Jacobo, their son 



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DENIZATIONS. 



1703 June 24. Jacobo Baure. 

Johi Aurillou. 

Petro Pare [Pare]. 

Petro Ryou, 

Olimpie, his wife. 

Olimpie Bergerau. 

Petro Arthaud, 

Catherine, his wife. 

Catherine Arthaud. 

Ludovico Cheron. 

Petro Duhamel. 

Jacobo Champagne. 

Petro Delom. 

Jacobo Pons. 

Carolo Davois. 

Davidi le Conte. 

Petro Pavie. 

Anne Harache. 

J ohi Rene Giberne. 

Marie Giberne. 

Marie Trevigar. 

Petro Bonnefoy. 

Petro Luard. 

J ohi Brohier. 

Stephano Gautier. 

Phillipp Mesnard, clerk, 

Francisce, his wife. 

Carolo-Amelio, their son. 

Carolo Goselin. 

Petro Gruzeau. 

Thome Prevost. 

Ludovico Martin. 

Jacobo le Conte. 

Carolo Villeneau. 

Balthazar Cornet. 

Carolo Augusto Berthe. 

J ohi Delpuy, 

Marie, his wife. 

Abeli Branier (Brunier). 

Samueli Estede (Esteve) alias Steven. 
Elizabethe Larnoult, 

Elizabethe, 

Jane, 

Catherine, and 
Anne, her children. 

Gideoni Drascon. 

Johi Alhiau. 

Abrahame Vueville. 

Danieli Caillaud. 

Jacobo Martin. 

Petro Heutot (Hautot) 

Petro Mallet. 

Johi Dufou. 

Frederico Hart. 

Paulo Delamerie. 

JOHI-CONRAD NEHRIN 



DENIZATIONS. 



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1703 June 24. Martino Huy. 

Jacobo Goure. 

Jacobo Arrivees. 

Andree Naudin. 

Zacharie Angevin. 

ISAACO QUINTARD. 

Henco Pichot. 

Jacobo Bellereau. 

Francisco Gerbrants. 

Johi Crocheront. 

Petro and Francesco Basset. 

Danieli Sale. 

Johi Blenchart. 

Johi Laurans, 

Marie, his wife. 

Anne Brozet, 

Catherine, her daughter. 

Marie Soulegre. 

Davidi Lizon, 

Antoinette, his wife. 

Petro Salvetat. 

Jacobo Holmede. 

Jacobo Roussi, 

Petri, and 

Johanni-Jacobo, his sons 
Alette Broward. 

Sare Theorould (Theoroulde). 

Noe Girard. 

Alexandro Nairac. 

Annibali Roussi. 

Stephano Pelissier, 

Renee, his wife. 

Thome Mousset. 

Benjamino Boronneau (Baronneau). 

Gustavo Baronneau. 

Benjamino Dumas. 

Hen[ri]co Dehaut. 

Solomoni de la Becque, clerk, 

Solomoni, and 
Lodovico, his sons. 

SlMONI DE CHARMES, 

SUSANNE, 

Sarau, 

Margarette, and 
Susanne, his daughters. 

Carolo de Serrieres de la Mothe. 

Jacobo Pasquinet. 

Isaaco Castet (Du Castel). 

Thome Genoels. 

Anne Maubert. 

Thome Janvier. 

Johi Scooten. 

Claudio Paris. 

Ludovico Cante, 

Esther, his wife. 

Stephano Barre, 

D 



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DENIZATIONS. 



1703 June 24. Denis Riche. 

Eliz (Eliaz) Blondet. 

Johi Blondet. 

Carolo Franchomme. 

Paul Fanevil. 

Carolo Bolongier. 

Livino de Dorport. 

Franco Monanet. 

Carolo Mason. 

Esaye Couchy. 

Abrahe Bilion. 

Petro Alard, senr. 

Petro Alard, junr. 

Johi Verdun. 

Johi Villain. 

Jacobo Garnichat. 

Cesari de Choisy, 

Francisce, his wife, and 
Johi, their son. 

Thome Bayeux. 

Johi Gardien. 

Francisco Fradin. 

Petro Arabin Compars. 
Petro Mogin. 

Johi Tartarin. 

Zacharie Sanfourche. 
Suzanne Marie Colladon. 
Isaaco Babault. 

Abrahe Marye. 

Dennis Emery. 

Davidi l’honore (l’Honore). 
Terbulliano Scheult, 
Ludovico, his son. 
Catharine Motteux. 

Petro Rossiere. 

Isaye Gagnons. 

Andree Maurin. 

Jacobo Hue. 

Michaeli Hue. 

Johi Mouvin. 

Petro Triquet. 

Jacobo Ludovico Triquet. 
Gideoni Sainct, 

Marie, his wife. 

Thome Sainct, 

Claudine, his wife. 

Jacobo Hurel. 

Jacob (or Jacobo) Satur. 
Timotheo Baignoux, clerk, 
Anne-Marie, his wife. 
Thome Bertrand. 

Daniel Bertrand. 

Antonio Laujol. 

Johi Garnier. 

Hen[ri]co Tunis. 



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703 June 24. Johi Parquot, 
Johi, 



Danieli, his sons. 

Johi Rymers. 

Jacobo Marie. 

Paulo Delamarie (Delamerie). 

Jacobo Binet. 

Abrahe Henniken. 

Jacobo Duran, 

Marie, his wife. 

Johi Vedeau. 

Johi Auboirneau (Auboijneau). 

Ciro Brohier. 

Gideoni Lauberainne. 

Eliaz Naudin. 

Stephano Boutineau. 

Johi Trenble. 

Catherine Assailly. 

Elizabethe Assailly. 

Lewise Lucas. 

Charlotte Lucas. 

Achilli du Sauzett, 

Charlotte, his wife. 

Johi Deerman. 

Johi Abelain, 

Johi, his son. 

Marthe Assailly. 

In partibus transmarinis nat and now 
inhabing in the king’s dominions. 
(Patent Roll, 2 Anne, part 3 ; Privy 
Seals, Chancery File 2829; Home 
Office Sequel Bills Bundle 138.) 



A J. 

Francisco, 
Jacobo, 
Torn, and 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

2 and 3 Anne, No. 70. 

[The bill for Daniel Barber or Barbier was read a first time in the Lords 1703-4 Feb. 
10. The original draft of the bill contained some names which were struck out in 
Committee because they did not produce their Sacramental certificate. These were : 
John Lauze, son of Andrew and Jacquette Lauze, born at Nimes in Languedoc; 
John Anthony Mattoux, son of John and Judith Mattoux, born at Rouen in Normandy; 
Peter Combecroze, son of Peter and Marguerite Combecroze, born at St. Jean in 
Cevennes; John Lapradelle, son of John and Mary Lapradelle, born at La 
Rochefoucauld in Angoumois. The names from James Mary to Brossard and also 
the name of Andrew Richier were added by the Lords’ Committee. The bill 
passed the Lords on Feb. 23 ; was read a first time in the Commons on Mar. 1 ; 
passed the Commons with amendments on Mar. 16; the amendments were agreed to 



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by the Lords on Mar. 18, and the bill received the royal assent on 1704 April 3. 
The Commons’ amendments consisted in the insertion of the names from Budiani to 
Peter Roussy. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 431, 433, 447, 454, 484, 487, 562; Commons Journals xiv, 
pp. 353. 363, 365. 368, 372, 378, 383; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., 
new series, vol. v, pp. 554-5. As before stated, it is unfortunate that the editor of this 
latter volume did not print the petitions, the Sacramental certificates nor the detailed 
Committee proceedings for this Act.] 

Daniel Barbier, son of Samuel Barbier, by Margaret his wife, born at Preuilly in the 
Province of Touraine, in France. 

John Kerron Du Chesne, son of James Kerron, by Anthoinette his wife, born at Coasture 
in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Isaac Depretit, son of Peter Depretit, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Yitre in the Province 
of Brittany, in France. 

Anthony Sabatier, son of John Sabatier, by Marguerite his wife, born at Montpellier in 
the Kingdome of France. 

Daniel De la Fosse Chatry, son of James Chatry, by Mary his wife, born at Caen in 
Normandy, in France. 

Alexander Conyer, son of John Conyer, bv Susanna his wife, born at Ligniere in 
Xaintonge, in France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206, where the name appears as Conyers.) 

John Michael Harnigk, son of Henry (John Henry) Harnigk, by Sabina his wife, born 
at Dressden in Saxony. 

Charles Earnest Kirsh, son of Gabriel Kirsh, by Ann his wife, born in Dantzig. 

James Mary, son of James Mary, by Catherina his wife, born at Caen in Normandy in 
the Kingdome of France. 

Peter Bedora, son of David Bedora, by Marv his wife, born in La ville de Mazeres in 
the Province of Languedock, in France. 

Peter Arbuin, son of Francis Arbuin, by Margaret his wife, born at Pons in Xaintonges 
in France. 

Phillip Barraud, son of Phillip Barraud, bv Catherina his wife, born at Angoulaime in 
France. 

Peter De Lanquetint (Lanquetuit), son of Peter De Lanquetint, by Catherina his wife, 
born at Rouen in Normandy, in France. 

Balthazar Walker, son of John Jodoey Walker, by Margaret his wife, born at Bacharach 
in the Lower Pallatyn. 

Elias Duperon, son of Peter Dupeyron, born at Bergerac in Guienne, in France. 

James Jemblin, son of John Jemblin, by Margaret his wife, born at Saint Pierre Sur Dive 
in Normandy, in France. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206.) 

Peter Beaufitz (Beaufilz), son of Peter Beaufitz (Beaufilz), by Magdalena his wife, 
born at Haver de Grace in Normandy. (See C.J., xiv, p. 206.) 

Lewis Janvier, son of Francis Janvier, by Lewis his wife, born at St. Martin in France. 

Robert Crucefix, son of Peter Crucefix, bv Judith his wife, born at Dieppe in 
Normandy, in France. 

James Courtonne, son of Peter Courtonne, by Judith his wife, born at Allanson (Alen<^on) 
in Normandy, in France. 

Francis L’herondel, son of James L’herondel, by Suzanna his wife, born at Escrainville 
in Normandy, in France. 

John Guignard, son of John Guignard, by Margaret his wife, born at Bergerac in 
Guienne, in France. 

James Devaux, son of James Devaux, by Anna his wife, born at Campi^gne in Picardy in 
France. 

Stephen Brigauld, son of John Brigauld, by Jane his wife, born in the Isle of Re in the 
Kingdome of France. 



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Abraham Brossard, son of Bertrand Brossard, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Angoulesme 
in Angoumois, in France. 

Nicholas Budiani, son of Aso Annaustus Budiani, by Maura his wife, born in the City of 
Pest in the Kingdom of Hungary. 

John Maronne, son of John Maronne, by Magdalen his wife, born in the Province of 
Dauphiny, in France. 

Henry Latane, son of Henry Latane, by Anna his wife, born in the Town of Touveins 
in France. 

Isaac Caillovel, son of Isaac Caillovel, by Mary his wife, born at Rouen in Normandy, 
in France. 

Lewis Dutot, son of Nicholas Dutot, by Mary his wife, born at Cherbourg in Normandy, 
in France. 

William Bidot, son of Peter Bidot, by Mary his wife, born at Prontacq in France. 

Mathew Testas, son of Peter Testas, by Mary his wife, born at Puimirol in the King- 
dome of France. 

Mathew Durousseau, son of Peter Durousseau, by Frances his wife, born in the City of 
Mombron in the Province of Angoumois. 

Peter Coussirat, son of Elbe Coussirat, by Susanna his wife, born at Oloron in France. 
(For his petition, dated 1702-3, Jan. 27, see L.J., xvii, p. 260. It states that he had 
served the late king in the wars. See also C.J., xiv, p. 206, where the name is given 
as Causirat.) 

John Camin, son of John Camin, by Katherine his wife, born at Rouen in Normandy in 
France. 

Anniball Roussy (Roussey), son of Peter Roussy, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vigau 
in Cevennes, in France. 

Paul de Blosset, son of Solomon de Blosset, by Ann his wife, born at Longefon in 
the Province of Dauphine, in France. 

Peter Roussy (an infant about twelve years old), son of James Roussy, by Magdalena 
his wife, born in Geneva. 

Andrew Richier, son of Daniel Richier, by Sarah his wife, born at Montpellier in 
Languedoc, in France. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

2 and 3 Anne, No. 71. 

[On 1703-4 Mar. 4 a petition was presented to the Lords for Henry de Haut, Lewis 
Martin, Abraham de Moivre, David Guepin, Francis Caulet, David Denis, Isaac 
Minet, Henry Ramsay, Geo. Chabot, John de Senne and Jno. Savage. It stated 
that they are soldiers, Protestants and willing to serve in the Queen’s Forces at home 
or abroad. The name of de Moivre does not appear in the Act. That of Minet was 
added to the bill by the Select Committee, but was struck out on the paper of 
amendments. It appears, however, in the Act. The bill was read a first time in the 
Lords on Mar. 6, and it passed the Lords on Mar. 14. The Lords’ amendments 
consisted in leaving out the name of Peter Bedora (who appears in Barbier’s Act, 
2 and 3, Anne, No. 70), re-inserting the name of Minet and adding the names from 
de Rossieres to de Caux and also the name of James Paul, son of Lewis Paul, by 
Elizabeth Cambon, his wife, born at Montpellier in Languedoc. This name was 
subsequently struck out by the Commons. The bill was read a first time in the 
Commons on Mar. 17, and passed the Commons with amendments on April 3. 
The Lords agreed to the amendments on the same day, and the bill received the 
royal assent on the same day. 



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See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 470, 471, 473, 480, 560, 562; Commons Journals xiv, 
pp. 376, 378, 387, 388, 389; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
vol. V, p. 557.] 

Henry de Haut, son of Peter de Haut, by Mary his wife, born at Latramblade in 
Xaintonge, in France. 

George Chabot, son of James Chabot, by Mary his wife, born in Rochelle. 

John de Senne, son of James de Senne, by Mary his wife, born at Diepe in Normandy. 

David Guepin, son of Peter Guepin, by Rachael his wife, born at Diep in France. 

David Denijs, son of Daniel Denijs, by Germaine his wife, born at Burdeaux in France. 

Francis Caulet, son of James Caulet, by Judith his wife, born at Bordeaux in Guienne. 

Daniel Marcon, son of Abraham Marcon, by Mary his wife, born at La Motte in Guienne. 

Lewis Martin, son of David Martin, by Fleurance his wife, born at La Caune in 
Languedoc, in France. 

Henry Ramsay, son of Francis Ramsay, by Mary his wife, born at Moncham in Poytou. 

Isaac Minet, son of Ambion Minet, by Susanna his wife, born at Calais in France. 

John Savage, son of John Savage, by Mary his wife, born at Roan in Normandy. 

John de Rossieres, son of Peter de Rossieres, by Gentill his wife, born in the City of 
Usez in Languedoc. . 

Francis Parrain de Durett, son of Paul Parrain de Durett, by Antonia his wife, born 
at Bourges in Berry, in France. 

James Oliver, son of Paul Oliver, by Gabriel his wife, born at St. Hypolite in the 
Cevennes. 

John Lacase (Lacasse), son of Blasius Lacase, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Montauban 
in Quercy, in France. 

David Challes, son of Sampson Challes, by Mary his wife, born at St. Martin in the 
Island of Re. 

Francis Faure, son of John Faure, by Jane his wife, born at Granges in France. 

John Laverne, son of Isaac Laverne, by Mary his wife, born at Revel in France. 

James de Caux, son of James de Caux, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Diep in Normandy, 
in France. 



NATURALIZATION BILL WHICH DID NOT PASS. 

For Naturalizing the Protestant Subjects of the Principality of Orange. 

[On 1703-4 March 1 the House of Lords ordered the Judges to bring in a bill for 
naturalizing all the Protestant subjects of the Principality of Orange who have 
departed their country on account of their religion and who are or shall come and 
settle in this kingdom. The bill was read a first time in the Lords on March 4, 
and it passed the Lords on March 14. It was sent down to the Commons on 
March 15, but the Commons did nothing upon it, although on Mar. 27 the Lords 
sent a messenger to them to put them in mind of the bill as “ tending so much to 
encourage the Protestant religion throughout Europe.” 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 465, 469, 470, 476, 479, 480, 576; Commons Journals, xiv, 
3 8 9 - 

The amended draft of the bill is printed in Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords 
MSS., new series, v, pp. 556-7. It provides that such persons as above coming into 
England between 1 701-2 Mar. 8 and 1703-4 Mar. 8 shall be adjudged natural subjects 
of the Queen, with their wives and children under 14 years of age, on taking, before 
any two Justices of the Peace in any county, city or place, the oath of allegiance and 
supremacy and an oath to the effect that he or she was an inhabitant of the said 



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Principality and had been forced to leave for religion’s sake. The certificates of the 
justices attesting such oaths were to be filed of record in Chancery, without fee : and 
all such persons so naturalized were to be at liberty to set up and exercise their crafts, 
trade or manual occupation where they shall reside within this realm. This abortive 
bill is very noticeable as it formed the pattern on which was built the subsequent 
Act of 7 Anne, C. 5 : for which see infra, p. 71. 

In connexion with these Protestants of the Principality of Orange it may be of interest 
to preserve the following note of a grant which is entered on the Patent Roll of 
2 Anne, part 1, dated 1703 Nov. 11 : — 

A grant of charity to a great number of the inhabitants of the Principality of 
Orange, subjects of the late King, William III., who have constantly adhered to the 
Reformed Religion and have lately been forced by the French King’s orders to 
quit their native country and their estates because they would not forsake their holy 
religion and turn Papists : and the said Refugees to the number of 3,000 of both 
sexes and of all ages and conditions are, through Papish cruelty, wholly bereft 
and made destitute of all means of subsistance : “ of whose deplorable condition 
we declare ourselves highly sensible.” Therefore hereby the Queen grants them 
letters patent of licence for gathering alms according to rules herein laid down. 
Collection moneys to be paid into the Chamber of London : trustees appointed 
(names thereof) for disposing the moneys among the said Refugees.] 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

3 Anne, No. 3. 

[Viscount Teviott’s petition for naturalization was presented to the Commons 1704 
Nov. 2. It stated that he was born in Holland, always was a Protestant and has 
given good testimony of his loyalty. The bill was read a first time Nov. 3 ; passed 
the Commons on Nov. 10; was read a first time in the Lords Nov. 15 ; passed the 
Lords on Nov. 18, and received the royal assent on Dec. 9. 

See Commons Journals xiv, pp. 393, 397, 401, 402, 404, 408, 428, 452; Lords Journals 
xvii, pp. 579, 580, 581, 595; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
vol. vi, p. 67.] 

Thomas Levingston, Viscount Teviott in the Kingdom of Scotland, son of Sir Thomas 
Levingston, Knight and Baronet, by Gertret his wife, born at Delft in the Province 
of Holland. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

3 Anne, No. 4. 

[The petition for Louise Marie Cressett was presented to the Commons 1704 Nov. 2. 
It stated that she was born in France, but was a Protestant. The bill was read a 
first time Nov. 3. It passed the Commons Nov. 1 1 ; was read a first time in the 
Lords; passed the Lords Nov. 18, and received the royal assent Dec. 9. 



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See Commons Journals xiv, pp. 393, 397, 401, 407, 410, 428, 452; Lords Journals xvii, 
pp. 579, 580, 581, 595 ; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vol. vi., 
pp. 67-8.] 

Louise Marie Cressett (the wife of James Cresset, Esquire), daughter of Joan De la Motte 
Esquire, and of Marie his wife, born at Moze in the Province of Aunis in France. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

3 Anne, No. 4. 

[Henry Bowman’s petition was presented to the Lords 1704 Nov. 18. It stated that he 
has lived abroad, but has been constantly Protestant and had given testimony of his 
loyalty. It was read a first time in the Lords Nov. 21 ; passed the Lords Dec. 2; 
was read a first time in the Commons Dec. 8; passed the Commons Dec. 18, and 
received the royal assent 1704-5 Jan. 16. He took the Sacrament at the German 
Lutheran Church in London. 

Nee Lords Journals xvii, pp. 581, 582, 585, 586, 588, 608, 619; Commons Journals xiv, 
pp. 441, 449, 457, 460, 463, 482; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new 
series, vol. vi, p. 68.] 

Henry Bowman, son of Henry Bowman, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Hambrough. 



NATURALIZATION BILL WHICH DID NOT PASS. 

3 Anne. 

[In connexion with this bill the following petitions were presented to the Lords : viz., 
1704 Dec. 15 for Francis Lecroix et al, L. J. xvii, p. 601 ; 1704-5 Jan. 10 for 
Thomas Gaugain et al, ibid., p. 611 ; Jan. 10 for Francis Roger et al, ibid., p. 610; 
Jan. 11 for Daniel Bourbon et al, ibid., p. 612; Jan. 12 for Isaac Gamier et al, ibid., 
p. 613 ; Jan. 17 for Peter Ricusett [Rieusett] et al, ibid., p. 620; Jan. 18 for John Gugel- 
man, ibid., p. 621 ; Jan. 23 for John Renner ( ? Rvmers), ibid., p. 629. The bill was 
read a first time in the Lords 1704 Dec. 22 as a bill for Jacob Pechels, Elias Landes, 
Francis Lacroix et al. It passed the Lords on 1704-5 Jan. 26, the names from n 
to 50 below being added in Committee. The bill was read a first time in the 
Commons on Feb. 5. Besides inserting the names from 51 to the end the Commons 
on the third reading in a full house inserted a general proviso that no person named 
in this Act who is not a natural born subject of the kingdom of England, or whose 
parents or parent were or was not born within this realm or the territories thereto 
belonging shall have any vote in any Parliamentary election. The Lords did not 
accept this proviso, and the Bishop of Salisbury, in order to a conference with the 
Commons, reported the Lords’ reasons for their disagreement as follows: " (1) the 
greatest wealth and strength of any nation ariseth from the number of the inhabitants, 
which all wise Governments have endeavoured to increase by giving all possible 
encouragement, privileges and freedoms to such foreigners who should come and 
settle among them. (2) The most useful and beneficial manufactures in England 
were first brought in and erected here by those who fled out of Flanders from the 
inquisition and the cruelty of the Duke d’Alva. (3) Many useful trades have been 



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improved and many considerable manufactures set up by the French Protestants 
who have lately left their native country to preserve their liberties and religion 
from the tyranny and persecution of the present French King. (4) The greatest 
encouragement that can be given to these and any other strangers to settle in 
England is the allowing them all the freedoms, liberties and privileges of Englishmen. 

(5) In all governments, ancient and modern, those persons which they thought fit to 
naturalize were admitted to enjoy the same rights and privileges as the natives. (6) 
That the restraining those who are able to purchase lands or otherwise to settle 
themselves thereunto, from giving their consent to the election of their representatives 
in Parliament is without example and contrary to the custom of all nations. 
(7) That the admitting this clause might endanger the taking away of the votes of 
all foreigners though naturalized or denizens, for unless an exemplification of this 
Act were lodged in every place where an election is to be made the vote of any 
foreigners might be refused under pretence he was comprehended in this Act.” 
The conference between the two Houses was held on Feb. 26, but on March 13 the 
Commons voted to insist on their proviso. Another conference was proposed, but it 
was prevented by the prorogation and the bill was accordingly lost. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 609, 614, 630, 633, 679, 684, 697 ; Commons Journals xiv, 
pp. 497, 514, 519, 528, 545, 546, 548, 550, 575, 577, 578. 

In the following list the names from No. 1 to 50 are taken from the Hist. MSS. 
Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vi, pp. 241-5 where the Sacramental 
certificates are printed. The remaining names are taken from the Commons Journals 
xiv, p. 528. The whole list must be compared with Pechels’ later Act, 4 Anne, c. 24, 
infra, pp. 46 seq. 

(1) Jacob Pechels. 

(2) Elias Landes. 

(3) Francis Lacroix. 

(4) John Corneille. 

(5) David Simond. 

(6) Peter Nouvell. 

(7) Laurence Russell. 

(8) John Hercule Lacoste. 

(9) John Frederick Poppelman. 

(10) Peter Rose. 

(11) Peter Rieusset. 

(12) Claude Arnaud. 

(13) John Bousquet. 

(14) John Gugleman. 

(15) John Delacroze. 

(16) Thomas Gaugain. 

(17) James Herauld. 

(18) William Lewis Le Grand. 

(19) Daniel Descury. 

(20) Isaac Gamier. 

(2d Paul Gamier. 

(22) John Gamier. 

(23) Alexander Dilman (Dilmandi). 

(24) Nicholas Grude. 

(25) Peter Grude. 

(26) Andrew Meure. 

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(28) Peter Marbotin. 

(29) Isaac Bourdon. 

(30) Peter Quantiteau. 

(3D John Peuet. 

(32) John De Coussemaker. 

(33) Elias Peltier. 

(34) Peter Francis Roger. 

( 35 ) Peter Dufoussat. 

(36) John Michael Peter Duplessex. 

(37) Anthony de Laussac. 

(38) Isaac Lavergne. 

(39) Peter Pouchin (Poussin). 

(40) Stephen Cassan. 

(41) Michael Roger. 

(42) Isaac Alais. 

(43) Stephen Regnaud. 

(44) James Julian. 

(45) Isaac Le Heup. 

(46) Richard Legg. 

(47) John Andrew Froger. 

(48) Lewis Galand. 

(48 1 ) John Rymers. 

(48 s ) Daniel Herbst. 

(48 s ) Abraham Henneken. 

(49) James Buffard. 

(50) John Buffard. 

(51) John Henricij, son of John Adam Henricij, by Susanna his wife, born at Dresden 

in Saxony. 

(52) James Brovett (Brouet), son of Etor Brovett, by Antonette his wife, born at Nimes 

in Languedoc. 

(53) Theodore Christopher Fabricius, son of Godfred Julius Fabricius, by Mary his 

wife, born at Lipphen in the Dukedom of Brandenburg. 

(54) Anthony Ligonier, son of Louis Ligonier, by Louisa his wife, born in the town 

of Castres in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

(55) Peter Coste, son of Bartholomew Coste, by Margaret his wife, born at Uzes in 

Languedoc in France. 

(56) James Monginot, alias Pruneville, son of Stephen Monginot, by Catherine his 

wife, born at Paris. 

(57) James Jourdon (Jourdan), son of Aldebert Jourdon, by Mary his wife, born at 

Languedoc in France. 

(58) Isaiah Vallo, son of Charles Vallo, by Sarah his wife, born at Lowa in the Isle of 

Rh£, in France. 

(59) John Gamel, son of Balthazar Gamel, by Joanne his wife, born at Villeneuve in 

the Province of Guienne. 

(60) Stephen Gill, son of William Gill, by Mary his wife, born at the Hague in 

Holland. 

(61) Abraham Ardesoif, son of Peter Ardesoif, by Anne his wife, born in the Province 

of Normandy in France. 

(62) Stephen Romilly, son of Peter Romilly, by Katherine his wife, born at Mompelier 

in Languedoc. 

(63) John Gourdon, son of Peter Gourdon, by Magdalene his wife, born at Sommiers 

in Languedoc. 

(64) James Marc, son of Peter Marc, by Anthoinette his wife, born in the town of 

Sommiers in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

(65) David Boudon, son of David Boudon, by Marguerite his wife, born at Ganges in 

the Province of Languedoc, in France. 



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(66) Jacob Meyer, son of Jacob Meyer, by Margretta his wife, born at Hambrough. 

(67) Mary Elizabeth Brathwait, daughter of Richard Manley, by Mary Katherine his 

wife, born at Leyden in Holland. 

(68) Erick Wendelberg, son of John Wendelberg, by Margaret his wife, born at Got- 

tenberg in Sweedland. 

(69) Samuel Barbat, son of John Barbat, by Anne his wife, born at Realville in the 

Province of Aquitaine, in France. 

( 7 °) John Cadour, son of Daniel Cadour, by Susanna his wife, born at Montauban in 
the Province of Aquitaine. 

(71) Peter Moules (Moulds), son of Peter Moules, by Susanna his wife, born at Mont- 

pellier in Languedoc. 

(72) Lewis Guidon, son of Oliver Guidon, by Mary his wife, born at Clyesbotowne in 

the Province of Poitou, in France. 

(73) Madlen Vanhaesdonck, daughter of Cornelius Vanhaesdonck, by Mary his wife, 

born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

( 74 ) John Gauget, son of John Gaugett, by Mary his wife, born at Berenx in the 

Principality of Bearn, in France. 

(75) Henry Duffan, son of Daniel Duffan, by Ester his wife, born at Labastide in the 

Province of Guienne, in France. 

(76) John Thurett, son of James Thurett, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Sentes in the 

Island of France. 

(77) Gerard William Schroder, son of Gerard William Schroder, by Clara Margaretta 

his wife, born at Deipholtz in Hanover. 

(78) Stephen Desodes, son of Peter Desodes, by Jeane his wife, born at Grenoble in the 

Province of Dauphine, in France. 

(79) Abel Boyer, son of Peter Boyer, by Katherine his wife, born at Castres in the 

Province of Languedoc, in France. 

(80) Abraham Alessen, son of Abraham Alessen, by Katherine his wife, born at 

Bourdeux in Aquitaine, in France. 

(81) Peter Hemet, by Jaqueline his wife, born in Anglequeville in the Province of 

Normandy, in France. 

(82) Balthazar Imbert, an infant under the age of 12 years, son of Jacob Imbert, by 

Radegondo his wife, born in Geneva. 

(83) James Maleray, an infant under the age of 16 years, son of James Malleray, by 

Frances his wife, born at Kebee [Kebec = Quebec] in Canada. 1 



DENIZATIONS. 

1704 July 2. Marie, Lady Gerard, wife of Sir Francis 
Gerard, of Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. Midd. 
baronet, alien born. 

(Patent Roll, 3 Anne, part 2.) 

1704 May 30. Ferdinando Silva, Junr. 

Jacob Mendez de Costa. 

Abrahamo Nunes. 

Josepho Nunes (which said Joseph is now 
resident in New York). 

All born beyond the seas. 

(Patent Roll, 3 Anne, part 3.) 

1. Among the names of persons occurring in the Commons Journals as taking the Oaths in 
order to naturalization are the following, which I cannot trace in any of the Acts of this Session : — 
Peter Triquaud, 15702-3, Feb. 22, C.J., xiv, p. 206. 

James Eprinchard 1702-3, Feb. 22, C.J., xiv, p. 206. 

John Brocas, 1702-3, Feb. 23, C.J., xiv, p. 207. 

John Lagourne, 1702-3, Feb. 23, C.J., xiv, p. 207. 

Francis Parrain de Durette, clerk, 1702-3, Feb. 25, C.J., xiv, p. 207. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

3 and 4 Anne, No. 78. 

[The petition for M. C. Cadogan was presented to the Commons on 1704 Dec 20. It 
stated that by reason of her marriage she is entitled to the benefit of a considerable 
sum of money to be laid out in lands here in England, but being born out of her 
Majesty’s dominions it is necessary she should be naturalized for the safe engagement 
thereof, and she being a Protestant is ready to do all things proper for that purpose. 
The bill was read a first time Dec. 21, and passed the Commons 1704-5 Feb. 2 as a 
bill for Cadogan and Affleck. It was read a first time in the Lords Feb. 2, and 
passed the Lords Feb. 10 with an amendment which consisted in the insertion of 
J. H. Louis’s name. To this the Commons agreed on Feb. 19, and the bill received 
the royal assent on Mar. 14. 

See Commons Journals xiv, pp. 465, 468, 473, 478, 495, 507, 522, 535 ; Lords Journals xvii, 
pp. 645, 647, 648, 657, 669, 719; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS, new 
series, vol. vi, p. 259, where the Sacramental certificates are printed. Cadogan took 
the Sacrament at the Chapel Royal at St. James’s, and Louis at the High German 
Lutheran Church in London.] 

Margareta Cecilia Cadogan (wife of Brigadier Generali Cadogan), daughter of Jacob 
Munters, by Marguerite his wife, born at Amsterdam. 

Gilbert Affleck, son of John Affleck, by Neeltie his wife, born at the Fort of Saint 
George in the East India’s. - ] 

John Herman Louis, son of John Louis, by Gertrude his wife, born at Hamburgh. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

3 and 4 Anne, No. 79. 

[The petition for this bill was presented to the Lords 1704-5 Jan. 22. The bill was 
read a first time on Jan. 24, and passed the Lords on Feb. 10. It was read a first time 
in the Commons on Feb. 15, and passed on Feb. 21 with amendments, which 
consisted in the insertion of the names of Desitter and Cext. The Lords agreed to 
the amendments on Feb. 22, and the bill received the royal assent on Mar. 14. 

See Lords Journals xvii, pp. 628, 630, 640, 652, 657, 670-1, 719; Commons Journals 
xiv, pp. 522, 530, 531, 533, 541, 543, 548; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., 
new series, vi, p. 252, where the Sacramental certificates are printed.] 

Andrew Girardot, alias Devermenoux, son of Paul Girardot, bv Jeane his wife, born 
at Chatel Chinon in Nivernois, in France. 

Francis Buzelin (Beuzelin), son of Benjamin Buzelin, by Mary his wife, born at Rouen 
in Normandy in France. 

Henry Lapostre, son of Andrew Lapostre, by Judith his wife, born at Rouen in Normandy, 
in France. 

[John] Casimier Felkirzamb, son of Caspere Felkirzamb, by Christine his wife, born 
at Nowogrede in Poland. 

Peter Desitter, son of Peter Desitter, by Agatha his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

John James Cext, son of John Cext, by Jane his wife, born in the Province of Languedoc 
in France. 

Thomas Pearse, son of Thomas Pearse, bv Rebeccah his wife, born in the Kingdome of 
the Great Mogull in the East Indies. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 
4 Anne, No. 6. 



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[The petition for W. Burnet was presented to the Lords 1705 Nov. 23. It stated that he 
was brought up in the Protestant religion and now professes the same, but being 
born out of the Queen’s dominions is incapable of enjoying the privileges of a free 
born subject of England. The bill was read a first time Nov. 28; passed the Lords 
Dec. 3; was read a first time in the Commons Dec. 4; passed the Commons on 
Dec. 11, and received the royal assent on Dec. 21. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 25, 28, 36, 37, 39, 54, 59; Commons Journals xv, pp. 51, 
52, 53, 60, 75 ; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vi, pp. 319-20, 
where his Sacramental certificate is printed.] 

William Burnet, Esquire (an Infant under the age of One and twenty years), son of 
Gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury, and Mary Scott his wife, born at The Hague in 
Holland. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

4 Anne, No. 7. 

[The petition of P. Sylvestre was presented to the Commons 1705 Nov. 15. It sets 
forth that he was born in France, was always a Protestant, and served as Physician 
to the Forces employed in the late reduction of Ireland. The bill was read a first 
time Nov. 20, and passed the Commons on Dec. 3. It was read a first time in the 
Lords on the same day ; passed the Lords on Dec. 7, and received the royal assent 
Dec. 21. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 26, 30, 31, 36, 40, 43, 49, 57, 75; Lords Journals xviii, 
pp. 39, 43, 45, 46, 59; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vi, 

P- 330.] 

Peter Silvestre, Doctor of Physick, served his late Majesty King William as Physician 
to his Forces in the Reduction of Ireland, son of Daniel Silvestre, by Susann 
Bernardin his wife, born at Bordeaux in the Kingdom of France. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

4 Anne, No. 22. 

[This bill was read a first time in the Lords 1705-6 Jan. 8. It passed the Lords Jan. 17 ; 
was read a first time in the Commons Jan. 29; passed the Commons Feb. 5 without 
amendment, and received the royal assent Feb. 16. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 60, 64, 65, 68, 104, 107; Commons Journals xv, pp. 97, 
1 18, 129, 153, 156 ; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vi, p. 349.] 

William Lewis Legrand, son of Daniel Legrand, by Johanna Maria his wife, born at 
Francfort in Germany. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

4 Anne, No. 24. 

[The petition of Jacob Pechells et al was presented to the Commons 1705 Nov. 21. It 
stated that petitioners are foreigners and refugees for the Protestant religion and 
desirous to serve the Government according to their capacities. The bill was read a 
first time Nov. 24; passed the Commons on Dec. 13; was read a first time in the 
Lords Dec. 18; passed with amendments 1705-6 Jan. 15; the Commons agreed to 
the amendments Feb. 4, and the bill received the royal assent on Feb. 16. The 
names from Paul Breton to J. Marcet were inserted in the Lords’ Committee. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 32, 34, 36, 39, 40, 43, 52, 63, 90, 126, 156; Lords Journals 
xviii, pp. 55, 57, 66, 90, 107 ; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
vol. vi, pp. 349-51, where the Sacramental certificates are set out in full.] 

Jacob Pechels, son of Samuel Pechels and Marquize his wife, born at Montauban in 
France. 

Samuel St. Legier de Boisrond, son of Rene de St. Legier Boisrond and Magdelaine 
his wife, born at St. Cir, Xaintonge, in France. 

Peter Dufoussat, son of Daniel Dufoussat and Susanna his wife, born at Rosan in 
Ghuienne, in France. 

Francois Roger, son of Peter Roger and Anthoinette his wife, born at Rheims in France. 

Michel Roger, son of Francois Roger and Glaude his wife, born at Chaulons in 
Champagne. 

Anthony Dastor de Laussac, son of John Dastor de Laussac and Frances his wife, 
born in Villeneuue dagenois. 

James Legrand, son of Peter Legrand and Elizabeth his wife, born at Grenoble in 
Dauphine. 

John Morell Monpincon, son of John Morel Monpincon and Marguerite his wife, born 
at Senlijis in Normandie in France. (The certificate gives the name as John Morel). 

Jacob Morel Monpincon, son of John Morel Monpincon and Magdelaine his wife, born 
at Jumaux in Normandy. (The certificate gives the name as Jacob Morel). 

Christian Colebrant, son of Albert Colebrant by Elizabeth his wife, born at Hambrough 
in Germany. 

Peter Gilbert Depagez, son of Gilbert Depagez, by Margaret his wife, born in the Town 
of Alez in Languedock. 

James Dimbon (Damboune), son of Joseph Dimbon, by Issabell his wife, born at Movison 
in France. 

Alexander Leforte, son of John Leforte, by Katherine his wife, born at Nants in 
Brittany, in France. 

John Morel (John Morel Monpincon, an infant), son of John Morel Monpinton and 
Magdelaine his wife, born at Jumaux in Normandie. 

Paul Breton, son of Gedeon Breton, by Martha his wife, born at Tonnieux (Tonneinx) 
in the Province of Guienne, in France. 

James Buffard (Bussard), son of Daniel Buffard (Bussard), bv Anne his wife, born at 
Beu in the Isle of France. 

Margaret Couyquet (wife to Isaac Gouvquet), daughter of Peter le Blanc, by Susanna 
his wife, born at Sedan in France. 

John Corneille, son of Rodolph Corneille, by Jane his wife, born in Switzerland. 

Henry Dijvernet (De Vernet), son of Ilenrv Duvernet, by Anne his wife, born in Cell. 

Solomon Juliot de la Penieiere (Penierere), son of Solomon Juliot de la Penieiere 
(Penierre), by Gabrielle his wife, born at Paris in France. (Certificate gives the names 
as Solomon juliot). 

James LIerauld, son of William Herauld, by Mary his wife, born in the Isle of Oleron in 
France. 



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John Cadour, son of Daniel Cadour, by Susanna his wife, born at Montauban in the 
Province of Guienne, in France. 

Anthony Legonier (Ligonier), son of Louis Legonier, by Lovise his wife, born at Cas- 
tres in Languedoc, in France. 

Symon Francia, son of George Francia, by Mary his wife, born at Burdeaux in France. 

James Angillis, son of Joos Angillis, by Jane his wife, born at Ipres in Flanders. 

John Donaldson, son of Alexander Donaldson, by Margery his wife, born at Rotterdam 
in Holland. 

Peter Grude, son of Michael Grude, by Magdalen his wife, born at Somur in France. 

Nicholas Grude, son of Peter Grude, by Margaret his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Isaac Garnier, son of Isaac Gamier, by Margueritte his wife, born at Vitry in Champaign 
in France. 

John Garnier, son of John Garnier, by Judith his wife, born at Vitry in Champaign in 
France. 

James Beschefer, son of James Beschefer and Lovise his wife, born at Vitry in Champaign, 
in France. 

Nicholas Dubois, son of Nicholas Dubois, by Claude his wife, born at Marie in Picardy, 
in France. 

Mary Elizabeth Brathwait, widow, daughter of Sir Roger Manley and Mary Catherine 
his wife, born at Leyden in Holland. 

Katherine Jeffreys (wife of Sir James Jeffreys, knight), daughter of William Droken- 
hellem, by Anna Maria his wife, born at Stockholme in Sweedland. 

Jane Jeffreys, daughter of Sir James Jeffreys, by Anna his wife, born at Halmstad in 
Sweedland. 

John Treville, son of John Treville, by Frances his wife, born at Lamilliere in Poitou 
in France. 

Jacob Marcet (Marcett), son of Paul Marcet, by Mary his wife, born at Geneva in Swit- 
zerland. 

Paul Garnier, son of Isaac Garnier, by Margueritte his wife, born at Vitry in Champaign, 
in France. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1705 April 18. Ludovico Gomes in partibus transmarinis 
nato. (Patent Roll, 4 Anne, part 1.) 
1705 Nov. 8. Marie Margarette, wife of William, Lord 
North and Grey, in partibus transmarinis 
nate. (Patent Roll, 4 Anne, part 4.) 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

4 and 5 Anne, No. 12. 

[The petition of Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury, for his wife’s naturalization was 
presented to the Lords 1705-6 Jan. 14. The bill was read a first time in the Lords 
Jan. 17. It passed the Lords on Jan. 25; was read a first time in the Commons 
Jan. 29; passed the Commons without amendments Feb. 7, and received the royal 
assent Feb. 16. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 68, 74, 75, 76, 90, 107; Commons Journals xv, pp. 1 1 7, 
1 18, 1 21, 128, 132, 156; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
vol. vi, p. 354.] 

Adelaide, Dutchess of Shrewsbury, daughter of Andrew, Marquis of Paleotti, and 
Christina his wife, born at Bolognia in Italy. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT : PUBLIC ACT. 

4 and 5 Anne, c. 16, for Naturalizing the Electress Sophia and her Descendants 

wherever born. 

[A Public Act, 4 and 5 Anne, c. 14, was introduced 1705 Nov. 27 for exhibiting a bill in 
this present Parliament for naturalizing the Electress Sophia; this procedure taking 
the place of a bill proposed on Nov. 21 for naturalizing the House of Hanover. This 
Act received the royal assent Dec. 3. On that day the bill for such naturalization 
was read a first time in the Lords. The bill passed the Lords on Dec. 6. It was 
read a first time in the Commons on Dec. 7 ; passed the Commons without amendment 
on Dec. 10, and received the royal assent Dec. 21. 

For the first of these two Acts see Lords Journals xviii, pp. 23, 32, 33, 34, 39; Commons 
Journals, 43, 46, 47, 51 ; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, 
vi, p. 328. For the second Act see Lords Journals xviii, pp. 39, 42, 43, 59; Commons 
Journals, 54, 57, 58, 59, 75; Hist. MSS. Reports, ut supra, pp. 329-30. In this 
latter authority the draft Act is printed with the Lords’ amendments as made in a 
Committee of the whole House. The amendments amount to the extension of the 
benefit of naturalization to the issue of her body and all persons lineally descended of 
her, born or hereafter to be born as if they had been born within the realm of England. 

This bill was a blow to the territorial idea of nationality and introduced a novel 
principle into English naturalization law.] 

The Most Excellent Princess Sophia, Electress and Duchess Dowager of Hanover, grand 
daughter of the late King James I. of England, and her descendants as above. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

4 and 5 Anne, No. 93. 

[The petition for the Risleys was presented to the Commons 1705-6 Jan. 9. It sets 
forth that they were born in Holland, are Protestants and have given good testimony 
thereof. The bill was read a first time in the Commons Jan. 14; passed on Feb. 14; 
was read a first time in the Lords Feb. 16; passed Feb. 25, and received the royal 
assent Mar. 19. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 79, 83, 86, 89, 121, 129, 149, 174; Lords Journals xviii, 
pp. 106, 1 18, 123, 164; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords MSS., new series, vi, 
pp. 408-9. In connexion with this bill a petition was presented to the Lords Feb. 21 
for Francis Colston. It states that he was of English parents, but born at Malaga in 
Spain. His name was added to be included in Rislev’s bill, Lords Journals xviii, 
p. 1 16; Hist. MSS. Reports, ut supra, but the name was not so added.] 

Paul Risley, Frances Risley, and Catherine Risley, the only son and daughters of 
Capt. Henry Risley, late of Chitwood in the County of Bucks., Esquire, deceased, 
by Elizabeth Duncombe his wife; Paul and Frances born at Huesden in Holland, 
and Catherine born at Bergenopzoom in Holland. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

4 and 5 Anne, No. 94. 

[The petition for Vincent Delamerie (De Laymerie) et al was presented to the Lords 
1705 Dec. 4. The bill was read a first time in the Lords Dec. n, and passed the 
Lords 1705-6 Jan. 26. It was read a first time in the Commons Feb. 11, and passed 
with amendments on Feb. 27. To these amendments the Lords agreed on Mar. 4, 
and the bill received the royal assent on Mar. 19. The Commons’ amendments 
consisted in the addition of the names from H. Centlivers to B. Imbert. An attempt 
in the Commons to insert a clause to disable any of those naturalized from voting in 
Parliamentary elections was lost on a division by 86 — 65 votes. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 42, 48, 51, 66, 78, 130, 136, 164; Commons Journals xv, 
pp. 1 17, 139, 142, 148, 149, 1 5 1 , 172-4, 177, 185; Hist. MSS. Reports, House of Lords 
MSS., new series, vi, pp. 330-8. In the latter authority the Sacramental certificates 
are set out in full. They reveal diversities in spelling the names. These variants 
are entered in the text here in brackets.] 

Vincent de Laymerie, son of Noah De Laymerie, by Mary his wife, born at Tholoze in 
France. 

John Comarque (John de Comarque), son of Renant de Comarque, by Margueritta his 
wife, born at Montauban in France. 

Henry Phillip de Roussillon (Rossillon), son of James Roussillon, by Lowise his 
wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

Stephen Desodes, son of Peter Desodes, by Jane his wife, born at Grenoble in France. 
Henry Domerque, son of James Domerque, by Blanche his wife, born at Saint Ambroix 
in France. 

Richard Legg, son of John Legg, by Mary his wife, born at Vitre in France. 

John Lacoste, son of Jacob Lacoste, by Lucretia his wife, born at Roquecourbe in France. 
Peter Pouchin, son of Abraham Pouchin, by Mary his wife, born at Boulbec in France. 
Daniel Nicholas, son of Clinet Nicholas, by Judith his wife, born at Saintes in France. 
Lewis de Lestang (Delestang), son of Rene de Lestang, by Henrietta his wife, born at 
Newville in France. 

Lewis Rocheblave (De Rocheblave), son of Francis Rocheblave, by Catherine his wife, 
born at Uzes in France. 

Elias la Fargue (Lafargue), son of Samuel la Fargue, by Lydia his wife, born at Cas- 
tillon in France. 

Gideon Nautanie, son of Abraham Nautanie, by Rachel his wife, born at Castres in 
France. 

John Andreus (Andrew) Dagneaucourt, son of Andreus Dagneaucourt, by Elena his 
wife, born at Caen in France. 

Abel Boyer, son of Peter Boyer, by Katherine his wife, born at Castres in France. 

John Marechal, son of Charles Marechal, by Mary his wife, born at Praec in France. 
Michael Pouchond, son of Peter Pouchond, by Martha his wife, born at Marseilles in 
France. 

Abraham Ardesoif, son of Peter Ardesoif, by Ann his wife, born at Allen^on in France. 
John Davall, son of Peter Daval, by Magdeleine his wife, born at Diepe in France. 

James Mouginot ( alias Pruneville), son of Stephen Mouginot, by Catherine his wife, 
born at Paris in France. (James Monginot in the certificate). 

Theophilus Merac, son of John Merac, by Jane his wife, born at Tonnein in France. 
Isaac Bourdon, son of Isaac Bourdon, by Mary his wife, born at Lusignan in France. 
Elias Peltier, son of John Peltier, by Katherine his wife, born at Chatelleraut in France. 
Lewis Galand, son of Abel Galand, by Katherine his wife, born at Dye in Dauphine in 
France, 

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NATURALIZATIONS. 



John De La Court (Delacourt), son of Isaac De Lacourt, by Ann his wife, born at 
Tours in France. 

John Boulon, son of Bartholomew Boulon, by Jane his wife, born at Autun in France. 

Stephen Romilly, son of Peter Romilly, hy Katherine his wife, born at Montpeillier in 
France. 

Paul Rondelet, son of Peter Rondelet, by Mary his wife, born at Barbesieux in France. 

Laurence Russell, son of Laurence Russell, by Mary his wife, born at Rouen in the 
Province of Normandy, in France. 

Peter Champion de Crepigny (Crespigny), son of Claude Champion de Crepignv, by 
Mary his wife, born at Vierville in Normandy, in France. 

Peter Quantiteau, son of Peter Quantiteau, by Mary his wife, born at Moize in France. 
(Appears as Quantileau in L.J., xviii, p. 43.) 

Peter Harley, son of Peter Harley, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Quentin in 
Picardy, in France. 

Isack Garrison, son of Isack Garrison, by Catherine his wife, born at Montauban in 
France. 

David Minneville (Minvielle), son of Peter Minneville, by Paule his wife, born at 
Montauban in France. 

Francois La Croix, son of Lawrence La Croix, by Mary his wife, born at Poleron in 
France. 

Paul Prin, son of Philip Prin, by Gauton his wife, born at Sedan in France. 

Isack Doorschot, son of Nicholas Doorschot, by Oryna his wife, born at Heusden in 
Holland. 

John Pigne, son of John Pigne, by Anne his wife, born in Normandy in France. 

Roger Walbrook, son of Roger Walbrook, by Gertrude his wife, born in Bremen in 
Germany. 

Lewis Baudowin (Baudouin), son of Samuel Baudowin, by Mary his wife, born at 
Baigne in France. 

Gerard William Schroder, son of Gerard William [Schroder], by Clara Margaret his 
wife, born at Dipholts in Germany. 

Peter Twisk (Twisck), son of John Twisck, by Mary his wife, born at Archangell in 
Russia. 

Peter de La lande (Delalandf.), son of Nicholas De La Lande, by Magdelen his wife, 
born in Normandy in France. 

Paul Narbonne, son of John Narbonne, by Lewise his wife, born at Paris in France. 

John de Coussemaker, son of Boudwin de Coussemaker and Catherine his wife, born at 
Schoondycke in the Dutch Flanders. 

Charles Grenion, son of Charles Grenion, by Gee his wife, born at Ludon in Poitou, in 
France. 

Jan janvre Quienchant (Quinchant), son of Jan janvre Ouienchant, by Margaret his 
wife, born at Poitou in France. 

Henry Oldecop, son of Justus Henry Oldecop, by Marv Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Revel in Livonia. 

Charles Dussell (Dusselle), son of Charles Dussell, bv Martha his wife, born at 
Bergerac in France. 

John Schouten, son of Albert Schouten, bv Catherine his wife, born at the Hague in 
Holland. 

Christian Froling, son of Anthonv Froling, by Sibella his wife, born at Aurick by 
Hannover in Ostfriesland. 

Peter Hann, son of Simon Hann, by Anne his wife, born in Dantzick. 

John Fichet, son of John Fichet, by Martha his wife, born at St. Germains in France. 

Andrew Meure, son of Abraham Meure, by Magdalen his wife, born at Somiir in Anjou, 
in France. 

Samuel Demontis, son of Paul Demontis, bv Judith his wife, born at Pont in Xaintonge in 
France. 



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Joseph Davesein de Moncal, son of Peter Moncal, by Ester his wife, born at Montes- 
quieu in Languedoc, in France. 

Stephen Cassan, son of James Cassan, by Catherine Bayle his wife, born at Montpellier 
in Languedoc, in France. 

Caspar Hundeshagen, son of Johannes Hundeshagen, by Catherine his wife, born at 
Cassell in Hessen, in Germany. 

John Frederick Poppelman, son of John Daniel Poppelman, by Anna Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Cassell in Hessen, in Germany. 

James Grassineau, son of Isaac Grassineau, by Anne his wife, born at Orleans in France. 

Peter Marbottin (Marbotin), son of John Marbottin, by Mary his wife, born at Lausun 
in France. 

Gabriel Villeneuwe (Villeneuve), son of Gabriel Villeneuwe, by Genne his wife, born in 
Languedoc in France. 

Isaac Le Heup, son of Peter Le Heup, by Susan his wife, born in Normandy in France. 

John Baartman (Baartmans), son of Geredt Baartman, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Sittaerd in Geulink, in Flanders. 

George Faer, son of Bartholomew Faer, by Ursula his wife, born at Sangala in Switzer- 
land. 

Elias Landes, son of Elias Landes, by Catherine his wife, born in Perigord in France. 

Maurice Bourlionne, son of Etione Bourlionne, by Loise-Doriant his wife, born at 
Pleney Towne in Brettaine, in France. 

Peter Hattanville, son of John Hattanville, by Rachell his wife, born in Normandy in 
France. 

Peter Rieussett, son of Andrew Rieussett, by Jean his wife, born in Languedoc in 
France. 

Thomas Peltier (Pelletier), son of John Peltier, by Hester his wife, born at Paris in 
France. 

John Thuret, son of James Thuret, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Senlis in France. 

Otto Kesteren, son of Peter Kesteren, by Johanna his wife, born at Rhecuen in Holland. 

Martin Emmenes, son of Jacob Emmenes, by Christian his wife, born at Roterdam in 

Holland. 

Abraham de Moivre, son of Daniel de Moivre, by Anne his wife, born at Vitry in France. 

John Mauries, son of John Mauries, by Mary his wife, born at Realmont in France. 

Mark Jarlan, son of Theodosius Jarlan, by Paulina his wife, born at Lunel in France. 

Daniel de Ribeaucourt, son of Nicholas de Ribeaucourt, by* Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Marquilliez in Flanders. 

John Baize (Bayze), son of John James Baize and Jane his wife, born at Saverdun in 
France. 

Andrew Cruciger, son of Homfred Cruciger, by Sarah his wife, born in Saxony in 

Germany. 

James Phillipeau, son of James Phillipeau, by Mary his wife, born in Poitou in France. 

Abraham Nicod (Nicou), son of Andrew Nicod, by Jenny his wife, born at Veway in 
Switzerland. 

Peter Aubert, son of Peter Aubert, by Susannah his wife, born at Daubrun in Dauphine 
in France. 

Estienne Miralet (Miralliet), son of John Miralet, by Jane his wife, born at Nions in 
Dauphine, in France. 

Samuel Daniel, son of Henry Daniel de Grangnes, by Anna his wife, born at Caen in 
Normandy. 

Gasperd Soleirol, son of Francis Soleirol, by Jane his wife, born at Croise in France. 

Henry Aime (Aime), son of John Aime, by Anne his wife, born at St. Just in the Pro- 
vince of Xaintonge, in France. 

Peter Le Seur (Sueur), son of Francis Le Seur, by Charlotte his wife, born at Lisy 
near Paris, in France. 

Amos De Lachapelle, son of Francis De Lachapelle and Mary his wife, born at Poet in 

France, 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Isack Gronquet, son of Francis Gronquet, by Lovise his wife, born at Montpellier in 
Languedoc, in France. 

Thomas Champion de Crepigny, son of Claude Champion de Crepigny, by Mary his 
wife, born at Vierville in Normandy, in France. 

Henry Centlivers (Centlivres), son of Andrew Centlivers, by Judith his wife, born in 
the town of Yuerdon under the Republick of the City and Canton of Berne. 

Francis Abraham Laconte, son of Abraham Laconte, by Olympe his wife, born in Geneva 
in Switzerland. 

Bartholomew Fair, son of Bartholomew Fair, by Ursula his wife, born at St. Gallen in 
Switzerland. 

James (John) Bousquet, son of Jacob Bousquet, by Anne his wife, born in the City of 
Castres en Albigeois in the Province of High Languedoc. 

James Marquis, son of Lovys Marquis, by Susanna his wife, born in the Canton of 
Berne, in Switzerland. 

John Pigou, son of John Pigou, by Mary his wife, born at Sanquantin in France. 

John Gourdon, son of Peter Gourdon, by Magdalena his wife, born in Languedoc in 
France. 

Cornelius Wittenoom, son of Dyrick Wittenoom, by Eve his wife, born at Rotterdam in 
Holland. 

Peter Moules, son of Peter Moules, by Susanna his wife, born at Montpellier in 
Languedoc. 

Peter Novel (Novelle), son of John Novel, by Katherine his wife, born at Mallery in 
the County of Touz. 

Michael Hue, son of Peter Hue, by Hester his wife, born at Saint Lo in the Province 
of Normandy, in France. 

Jacob Hue, son of Peter Hue, by Hester his wife, born at Saint Lo in the Province of 
Normandy, in France. 

Peter Fleuriot, son of Peter Fleuriot, by Susanna his wife, born at Bolbeck in France. 

David Boudon, son of David Boudon, by Marguerit his wife, born at Granges in 
Languedoc, in France. 

James Chardon, son of Isaac Chardon, by Mary his wife, born at Tours in Touraine, in 
France. 

Stephen Gill, son of William Gill, by Mary his wife, born at the Hague in Holland. 

Abraham Alefsen (Alessen), son of Abraham Alefsen, by Catherine his wife, born at 
Bordeaux in France. 

Heymand (Hymen) Brewer, son of Henry Brewer, by Wendelen his wife, born at 
Gelderland in Holland. 

Peter Herbault (Herbaut), son of Peter Herbault, by Katherine his wife, born at Saint 
Germain in France. 

Charles Brander, son of Charles Brander, bv Bridget his wife, born at Stockholm in 
Sweedland. 

John Costabadie, son of John Costebadie, by Mary his wife, born at Argentat in Limosin, 
in France. 

Benjamin Malfalquerite (Malfalqueynat), son of Benjamin Malfaquerite, by Marv his 
wife, born in the Kingdom of France, now living in Saint Edmonds Bury in Suffolk. 

Urick (Erick) Wendelberg, son of John Wendelberg, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Gotenberg in Sweedland. 

John Phillip Sheibell, son of John Sheibell, by Mary his wife, born at Friedberg in 
Germany. 

John Pellet, son of Peter Pellet, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Nismes in Languedoc in 
France. 

Balthazar Kohl, son of Henry Kohl, by Martha his wife, born at Stockholm in Sweed- 
land. 

Jerome Babault, son of Paul Babault, by Mary his wife, born at Gien in the Kingdom 
pf France, 



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John Gugelman, son of Conrad Gugelman, by Barbara his wife, born at Basell in 
Switzerland. 

Moses Pugolas (Pujolas), son of Andrew Pugolas, by Jane his wife, born at Uzes in 
Languedoc in France. 

John Henry Sprogel, son of John Henry Sprogel, by Susanna his wife, born at 
Quedlenberg in Germany. 

George Lewis Teissier (Teisseir), son of Francis Teissier, by Leonora his wife, born 
at Zell. 

Andrew Pallardy, son of Peter Pallardy, by Katherina his wife, born at Lamatte St. 
Loix in Poitou, in France. 

Abraham Deheulle, son of John Deheulle, by Susanna his wife, born at Bolbec in 
Normandy, in France. 

Gabriel Chevallier, (Chevalier), son of Gabriel Chevallier, by Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Paris in France. 

Samuel Frere, son of Jeremiah Frere, by Dorothy his wife, born at Pont veyle in 
Bourgonne in France. 

Josiah Le Conte, son of Peter Le Conte, by Mary his wife, born at Roven in Normandy 
in France. 

Abraham Chrestien (Christian), son of Peter Christien, by Martha his wife, born at 
Loudun in the Province of Tourangeois, in France. 

Francis Delafarelle, son of Peter Delafarelle, by Mary his wife, born in Languedoc in 
France. 

John Teuly (Tuley, Tenly), son of David Teuly (Tuley), by Martha his wife, born at St. 
Anthony in Roigne, in France. 

Stephen Fovwce (Fouace), son of Stephen Fovace, by Mary his wife, born in Normandy 
in France. 

Oze (Hosea) Marchegay, son of Jacob Marchegay, by Frances his wife, born in the Pro- 
vince of Poitou, in France. 

John Desenne, son of John Desenne, by Martha his wife, born at Dieppe in France. 

James Desenne, son of John Desenne, by Martha his wife, born at Dieppe in France. 
(There is some confusion between John, and James. The only certificate is for James, 
but only John appears in the Commons Journals, xv, 173.) 

Peter Raulin, son of Peter Raulin, by Mary his wife, born in Champagpe in France. 

John Lefawer (Lafauer), son of John Lefawer, by Mary his wife, born at Chalon in 
France. 

Isaac Hoguel, son of Isaac Hoguel, by Rachel his wife, born at Dieppe in Normandy, 
in France. 

James Marc, son of Peter Marc, by Ann his wife, born at Sommieres in France. 

Enoch Rouph, son of Daniel Rouph, by Jaquemine his wife, born in the Province of 
Gex, in France. 

Bartholomew Morin, son of Bartholomew Morin, by Rachel his wife, born at La 
Rochelle in France. 

Henry Desaunieres (De Saunieres), son of Peter Desaunnieres, by Anne his wife, born 
at La Rochefoucand in France. 

Christopher Shreider (Schrider), son of Conrad Shreider, by Ann his wife, born at 
Leopoldsberg in Germany. 

Peter Peach, son of Peter Peach, by Mary his wife, born at Amiens in the Province 
of Picardie. 

John Bouisett (Buissett), son of John Bouisset (Buissett), by Susanna his wife, born 
at Sedan in France. 

Mathias Paters, son of John Paters, by Catherina his wife, born at the Buss in Holland. 

Mathew Hebert, son of Mathew Hebert, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Diep in Nor- 
mandy, in France. 

Engelbert Iserloo (Iserlo), son of Engelbert Iserloo, by Katherine his wife, born at 
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Everhard Warner, son of Joachim Warner, by Anne his wife, born at Hamburg in 
Germany. 

Adrian Schmidgruber, son of John Schmidgruber, by Margret his wife, born at Malmo 
in Sweedland. [? erratum : the Commons Journals, xviii, p. 173, says born at 
Nuremberg in Germany.] 

Anthony Lutkins (Lutkens), son of Nicholas Lutkins, by Mary his wife, born at Ham- 
burg in Germany. 

Martin Huy, son of Albert Huy, by Margret his wife, born at Malmo in Sweedland. 

Christopher Adolph, son of Balthazar Adolph, by Regina his wife, born at Hirschberg 
in Germany. 

Conrad Sprengel (Springell), son of Henrick Sprengel (Springell), by Katherine his 
wife, born at Ploein in Germany. (Conrad Joachim Spingell in certificate). 

Andrew Bertin, son of Peter Bertin, by Susanna his wife, born at Boulbec in Normandy, 
in France. 

James Delestrille, son of Isaac Delestrille, by Mary his wife, born at Tramblade in 
France. 

Samuel Barbat, son of John Barbat, by Anne his wife, born in Realville. 

David Mortier, son of Peter Mortier, by Anna his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Peter De Varennes, son of Oliver De Varennes, by Jeanne his wife, born at Paris in 
France. 

Anthony Valentin, son of Anthony Valentin, by Mary his wife, born at Honfleur in 
the Kingdom of France. (Anthony Vallier de Valentin in certificate). 

Peter Hemet, son of Adrian Hemet, by Jaqueline his wife, born at Caen in Normandy 
in France. 

John Thomas, son of Isaac Thomas, by Jeanne his wife, born at Oleron in France. 

David Levade, son of Siprian Levade, by Ann his wife, born at Lyons in France. 

Peter De la Dovespe, son of Peter De la Dovespe, by Mary his wife, born at Paris in 
France. 

Francis Grimaudet, son of Francis Grimaudet, by Ann his wife, born at Blois in France. 

James Bouche, son of John Bouche, by Frances his wife, born at Orange in France. 

Daniel Couste, son of Isaac Couste, by Anne his wife, born at Saintonge in France. 

Peter Grotest Dubuisson, son of Paul Groteste Dubuisson, by Anne his wife, born at 
Orleance in France. 

Anthony Jourdan, son of — Jourdan, by — his wife, born at • 

Anthony Fabrot, son of Peter Fabrot, by Anna his wife, born at Nismes in France. 

Fons Ranc, son of John Ranc, by Judith his wife, born at Nismes in Languedoc. 

James Dufour, son of John Dufour, by Martha his wife, born at Tours in Touraine in 
France. 

Zachariah Loquet (Loquett), son of Zachariah Loquet (Loquett), by Judith his wife, 
born at Nievil in Zaintonge, in France. 

Michael Zaciiert (Zathert), son of George Zachert (Zathert), by Barbara his wife, born 
at Shermeisell [Przmsyl] in Poland. 

Michael Slaghregen, son of Tobias Slaghregen, by Janneke his wife, born at Haerlem 
in Holland. 

Adrien Van Brakel (Brackell), son of Joost Van Brakel (Brakell), by Mary his wife, 
born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

Alexander Ried (Reid), son of John Ried, by Barbara his wife, born at Garmoth in 
Scotland. 

James Paul, son of Lovis Paul, by Elizabeth his w r ife, born at Montpellier in the Province 
of Languedoc. 

Daniel Paul, an Infant, son of James Paul, by Judith his wife, born in the Town and 
Canton of Berne in Switzerland. 

Benjamin Buissiere, son of Peter Buissiere, by Susan his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Peter Buissiere, son of Benjamin Buissere, by Ann his wife, born at Courtison in the 
Principality of Orange. 

Peter Fevillerade, son of Peter Fevillerade, by Elizabeth his wife, born in the Province of 
Guienne, in France. 



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James Heymans, son of Anthony Heymans, by Anne his wife, born in Aix la Chapelle. 

Henry De Rochbleave, son of Francis De Rochbleave, by Katherine his wife, born at 
Uzes in France. (Henry Rocheblave in the certificate). 

John Monbrun, son of Joseph Monbrun, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Guienne in 
France. 

Stephen Foucher, son of Peter Foucher, by Ann his wife, born at Mer in France. 

John Foucher, son of Peter Foucher, by Anne his wife, born at Mer in France.. . (This 
name is not in the Act and has no certificate; but is given in the Common Journals, 
xv, p. 174). 

James Banal, son of John Banal, by Katherine his wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

David Le Bas (Bass), son of Peter Le Bas (Bass), by Mary his wife, born at Dieppe in 
France. 

Mark Anthony Cromlin (Crommelin), son of Peter Stephen Cromlin, by Frances his wife, 
born at Lyons in France. 

Mark Anthony Pigou, son of John Pigou, by Mary his wife, born at Amiens in Picardie 
in France. 

John Barbat, son of John Barbat, by Susanna his wife, born at Montauban in France. 

Daniel Duncan, son of Daniel Duncan, by Ann his wife, born at Montauban. 

John Vincent, son of Paul Vincent, by Antoinette his wife, born at Montauban. 

Balthazar Imbert, an Infant, son of Jacob Imbert, by Redegonde his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

Peter Lescure (Leseure), son of Peter Lescure, by Susanna his wife, born at Montau- 
ban in France. 

Francis Mauries, son of Anthony Mauries, by Judith his wife, born at Castres in 
Languedoc, in France. 

(The name of Magdalen von Haesdonck was struck out in the Commons. C.J., xv, 
P- l 7 2 )- 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

5 Anne, No. 4. 

[Bill read a first time in the Lords 1706 Dec. 10; passed the Lords Dec. 17 ; read a first 
time in the Commons Dec. 18; passed the Commons Dec. 20; received the royal 
assent Dec. 2 1 . 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 179, 181, 182, 185, 187; Commons Journals xv, pp. 215, 
216, 217, 219.] 

Maria Margareti Lady North and Grey, daughter of Cornelius Dellemeet, gentleman, 
[Cornelius de Yong, Lord of Elmeet] born at the Hague in the Province of Holland. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

5 Anne, No. 9. 

[Petition presented for this bill 1706 Dec. 16. It stated that Tigh was born out of the 
dominion, but professed the Protestant religion. The bill was read a first time in 
the Lords Dec. 18; passed the Lords 1706-7 Jan. 14; was read a first time in the 
Commons Jan. 18; passed the Commons Jan. 27, and received the royal assent 
Jan. 28. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 181, 184, 195, 196, 197, 206, 207; Commons Journals xv, 
pp. 237, 240, 250, 253, 254, 258.] 

John Tigh, son of Robert Tigh, by Mary his wife, born at Elsingore in Denmark. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

5 Anne, No. 21. 

[The petition for Philip Vanden Enden was presented to the Commons 1706-7 Jan. 27. 
It stated that he is a Protestant foreigner and has given good testimony of his 



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loyalty to her Majesty and to the good of England. The bill was read a first time 
in the Commons Jan. 29; passed the Commons Feb. 10; was read a first time in 
the Lords Feb. 13 ; passed the Lords Feb. 18, and received the royal assent Mar. 6. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 254, 258, 270, 272, 275, 282, 301, 326 ; Lords Journals xviii, 
pp. 236, 238, 242, 272.] 

Philip Vanden-Enden, son of John Vanden Enden, by Judith his wife, born at Amster- 
dam in Holland. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

5 and 6 Anne, No. 81. 

[The petition for ths bill was presented to the Lords 1706-7 Jan. 31. The bill was read a 
first time in the Lords Feb. 7 ; passed the Lords Feb. 24; was read a first time in the 
Commons Mar. 5, and passed the Commons with amendments 1707 April 1. The 
amendments consisted in the insertion of all the names from John Querard onwards. 
The Lords agreed to these amendments on April 5, and the bill received the royal 
assent on April. 8.] 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 222, 229, 233, 244, 250, 314, 321 ; Commons Journals xv, 
pp. 308, 322, 324, 327, 330, 333, 350 , 358 - 9 , 369, 37 8 - Besides the names in this Act 
the following name appears in the Lords Journals xviii, p. 231, viz., John Beault.] 

John Thomeur, son of Peter Thomeur, by Mary his wife, born at Rochel in France. 
Peter Damarr, son of James Damarr, by Margaret his wife, born at Laucon in Normandy, 
in France. 

Peter John Bourgeaud, son of Peter Bourgeaud, by Janne his wife, born at Aubees in 
Dauphine, in France. 

John Henry Desmercieres, son of Claudius Desmercieres, by Mary his wife, born at 
Lyons in France. 

David Brinihol, son of Stephen Brinihol, by Jane his wife, born at Clairac in France. 
Brant Crull, son of Adrian Crull, by Mary his wife, born at Aerneham in Gelderland. 
James Du Val, son of John Du Val, by Mary his wife, born at Alen^on in Normandy in 
France. 

Hector H^emon, son of Peter Hemon, by Charlotte his wife, born at Paris in France. 
Woufgang William Romer, son of Woufgang William Romer, by Beatrix his wife, born 
at Bremen in Germany. 

Peter Dulac, son of John Dulac, by Margaret his wife, born at Abeigel Atalu in France. 
Peter Nadauld, son of Henry Nadauld, by Mary his wife, born at Saintonge in France. 
Charles William Touyn, son of Anthony Touyn, by Anna Christiana his wife, born at 
the Hague in Holland. 

Peter Bardon, son of William Bardon and Johanna his wife, born at Quercy in France. 
Daniel Leseck, son of Peter Leseck, by Hannah his wife, born at Audenard in Flanders. 
(See L.J., xviii, p. 231.) 

Gerard Smith, son of Henry Smith, by Aletie his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 
Charles Hognel, son of Isaac Hognel, by Rachel his wife, born at Diepe in Normandy. 
Daniel Michan, son of Daniel Michan, by Mary his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Peter Gerard, son of Peter Gerard, by Mary his wife, born at Rochell in France. 
Nicholas Lesage, son of Thomas Lesage, by Ann his wife, born at Allenipon in Normandy, 
in France. 

Peter Labbe, son of Peter Labbe, by Margaret his wife, born in Saintonge. 

Joseph St. Faust, son of Peter St. Faust, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Mauvazin in 
Aquitane, in France. 

John Bruset, son of Peter Bruset, by Anna his wife, born at Guardalupa in America. 



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Marc Pourroy, son of Peter Pourroy, by Magdaline his wife, born at Pont de Royan in 
Dauphine. 

Philip de Rochfort, son of Abraham Rochfort, by Henriette his wife, born at Caen in 
Normandy. 

Anthony Joseph Durban, son of John Durban, by Margaret his wife, born at Montauban 
in France. 

Lewis de Fonjuliane, son of Peter de Fonjuliane, by Jane his wife, born at Montelemer 
in Dauphine, in France. 

John Faverall, son of John Faverall, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Cell. 

Luder Spiesmaker, son of John Spiesmaker, by Katherine Mary his wife, born at 
Dedesdorff in Denmark. 

Marc Anthony Saurin, son of John Saurin, by Hippolita his wife, born at Nismes in 
France. 

Anthony Ladavese, son of Abel Rotolph de Ladavese, by Mary Margaret his wife, born 
at the Hague in Holland. 

John Misaubin, son of James Misaubin, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Musidan in France. 

Abel Rotolp de Ladavese, son of Abel Rotolp de Ladavese, by Mary Margaret his wife, 
born at Castres in France. 

Thomas Gaugain, son of John Gaugain,by Margaret his wife, born at Caen in Normandy. 

Lewis Pajon, son of Daniel Pajon, by Margaret his wife, born at Chaalon in Champaigne. 

Peter Du Flo, son of James Du Flo, by Mary his wife, born at Roen in Normandy. 

Charles Deponthieu, son of Daniel Deponthieu, by Juillienne Thomas his wife, born at 
Taillebourg in Xaintonge. 

Francis La Croix, son of John James La Croix, by Mary his wife, born in Montpellier. 
(, See L.J., xviii, p. 241. Francis La Croix and John Tavernall ordered to be added to 
same bill). 

John Guerard, son of Jacob Guerard, by Margueret his wife, born at Fecun in Normandy, 
in France. 

Jacob Costebadie, son of John Costebadie by Jeane his wife, born at Argentat in Auvergne 
in France. 

John Lunel (Lunett), son of Nicholas Lunel, by Mary his wife, born at Haure de Grace 
in Normandy, France. 

Stephen Lacreuze (La Cruize), son of Solomon Lacreuze, by Jaquet his wife, born at 
Paris in France. 

Samuel Dufresnay, son of Samuel Dufresnay, by Mary his wife, born at Loudun in the 
Province of Poitou, in France. 

John James Roussy, an infant, son of James Roussy, by Magdellene his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

John Deere (Deer), son of Jasper Deere, by Martha his wife, born in the Island of St. 
Thomas in the Dominion of the King of Portugall. 

Rupert Beck, son of Daniel Beck, by Mary his wife, born at Westhoven in Germany. 

Gabriel Mozen (Mozel), son of John Mozeo, by Mary his wife, born at Poictou in France. 

James Hebert, son of Mathew Hebert, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Diep in Normandy, 
in France. 

Lewis Martin (Martyn), son of James Martin, by Mary his wife, born at Rochel in the 
Province of Aunis, in France. 

John May, son of Lambert May, by Mary his wife, born at the Hague in Holland. 

John Mussigang, son of John Mussigang, by Eve his wife, born at Zigenhaen in the 
Principallity of Hesse in Germany. 

John Titts, son of George Titts, by Eve his wife, born at Breslaw in Selecia. 

Christian Hanners (Hanmers), son of Christian Hanners, by Ann his wife, born at Cleave 
in the City of Zoust in the Kingdome of Prussia. 

James Chatine De Roche, son of Sampson De Roche, by Jane his wife, born at Walon 
in Languedoc, in France. 

Peter Lewis Raynaud (Regneau), son of Peter Raynaud, by Sarah his wife, born at 
Paris in France. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



James Brissac (Brisac), son of James Brissac, by Rachel his wife, born at Nants in Brit- 
tany in France. 

Peter Anthony Thyolet (Thiolet), son of Lewis Thyolet (Thiolet), by Mary his wife, 
born at Rouen in Normandy, in France. 

Christian (Christopher) Frederick Pruysman, son of Casper Pruysman, by Regina 
Elizabeth his wife, born at Osnabrug in Germany. 

Isaac Delpech, son of Isaac Delpech, by Mary his wife, born at Bergerac in the Province 
of Guienne, in France. 

Abraham Michell (Mitchell), son of Abraham Michell, by Mary his wife, born at Pon- 
taudemer in the Province of Normandy, in France. 

Paul Paillet (Palliet), son of Daniel Paillet, by Mary his wife, born at Coze in Poitou, 
in France. 

Daniel Herbst, son of John Herbst, by Catherine Elizabeth his wife, born at Bremerford 
in Germany. 

Andreas Haselgreen (Anthony Hazelgreen), son of Peter Haselgreen, by Catherine his 
wife, born at Stockholme in Sweedland. 

Daniel Merigeot (Miregict), son of Gabriel Merigeot, by Jane his wife, born in the Pro- 
vince of Poictou in France. 

Jacob Jacmer (Jaciner), son of John Jacmer, by Judith his wife, born at Chaalons in Cham- 
pagne in France. 

Peter Ducasse, son of Solomon Ducasse, by Martha his wife, born at Thonnene in the 
Province of Guienne in France. 

Peter Travers, son of Peter Travers, by Judith his wife, born at St. Just in the King- 
dome of France. 

Stephen Mignau (Mineau), son of Francis Mignau, by Noel his wife, born at Belloy in 
France. 

Anthony Planta, son of Fleury Planta, by Eve his wife, born at Grisons in Switzerland. 

John Tesnon, son of Peter Tesnon, by Mary his wife, born at Saint Loutinne in the 
Province of Poictou, in France. 

John Buffard, son of Daniel Buffard, by Lucy his wife, born in the City of Orleans. 

Peter Trinquand (Tringuant), son of Charles Trinquand, by Susanna his wife, born at 
Bersuire in Poictou, in France. 

Francis Silvester, son of Daniel Silvester, by Susan his wife, born at Bourdeaux in 
France. 

John James De la Porte (John James Laporte), son of John De la Porte, by Susanna 
his wife, born at Agen in Guienne, in France. 

Anthony Coughet (Cougott), son of Anthony Couget, by Judith his wife, born in the 
Province of Languedoc in France. 

James Lauze (Lauzee), son of Peter Lauze, by Dorothy his wife, born at Lyons in France. 

Daniel Farettes, son of Daniel Farettes, by Olmph his wife, born at Bedanieux in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Arnold Van Beek (Vanbeck), son of William Van Beek, by Ann his wife, born at Utrecht 
in Holland. 









John Monnier (Moniere), son of Thomas Monnier, by Susanna his wife, born at St. 

Martin De Re in the Province of Auluix, in France. 

James Blanc, son of Charles Blanc, by Olimphe his wife, born in the Province of 
Dauphine in France. 

James Renaudet, son of John Renaudet, by Jane his wife, born in the Province of 
Xaintonge in France. 

Adam Bosquain (Bosquaine), son of Phillip Bosquain, by Judith his wife, born at Caen 
in Normandy, in France. 

Nicholas Boyes (Bowes), son of Nicholas Boyes, by Anna his wife, born at Lubeck in 
Germany. 

Peter Matteux, son of John Matteux, by Judith his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 



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Christopher Trummer (Trommer), son of Christopher Trummer, by Rebecca his wife, 
born in the City of Criminitzhaw in Saxony. 

Nicholas Lemarechal (Le Merechal), son of John Lemarechal, by Catherina his wife, 
born at Caen in Normandy, in France. 

Charles Molinier (Melinier), son of Anthony Molinier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Gronnigne in Fresland. 

Phillip Burger, son of Peter Burger, by Catherine his wife, born at Rotterdam in 
Holland. 

Fermyn (Termyn) Van Fleet, son of William Van Fleet, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Koningsbergh in Prussia. (Francis Van Fleet in C.J., xvi, 333). 

John Sorre (Sore), son of John Sorre, by Ester his wife, born in the Isle of Re in 
France. 

Daniel Cailland (Caillaud), son of Peter Cailland, by Mary his wife, born in the Pro- 
vince of Xaintonge in France. 

John Reup (Reux), son of William Reup (Reux), by Judith his wife, born at Leyden 
in Holland. 

Isaac Delaigle (Deligle), son of Charles Delaigle, by Mary his wife, born at Xaintonge 
in France. 

David Titzchaw (Fitzschkaw, TiscHAW),son of Tobias Titzchaw(Fitzschkaw),by Justina 
his wife, born at Schneeberg in Saxony. 

Lewis Bonnet (Bonnett), son of Peter Bonnet, by Mary his wife, born at Dye in 
Dauphine, in France. 

Daniel Lemere (Remer-e), son of Daniel Lemere, by Judith his wife, born in Geneva. 

James Martin, son of James Martin, by Jane his wife, born at Nismes in the Kingdome 
of France. 

John Martin (Martyn), son of John Martin, by Martha his wife, born in the bourgade of 
Bienne in the Province of IViayne, in France. 

Rene De la Treille, son of Rene De la Treille, by Anna his wife, born at Pruilly in 
Touraine, in France. 

John De Fray v Deffray, Diefray), son of John De Fray (Deffray), by Katherine his wife, 
born at Tours in France. 

Lewis Langilier, an infant, son of Abel Langilier, by Mary his wife, born at Rochel 
in France. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

1 

5 and 6 Anne, No. 82. 

[The petition for this bill was presented to the Lords 1706-7 Jan. 28. The bill was read 
a first time in the Lords Feb. 10, and passed on Mar. 14. It was read in the 
Commons a first time on Mar. 17, and passed the Commons on April 5 with 
amendments, which consisted in the insertion of the names from Margrieta Lodwik 
to Baudvin Demande. The Lords agreed to the amendments on April 7, and the 
bill received the royal assent on April 8. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 207, 231, 238, 280, 284, 316, 321 ; Commons Journals, 340, 
343, 350, 353, 356, 365, 367, 372, 377, 379-] 

Henry Von Holte, son of John Von Holte, by Margaret his wife, born at Hamborough 
Germany. 

Henry Erthman, son of Laurence Erthman, by Hedwig his wife, born at Stockholm in 
Sweedland. 

John Gahtman, son of John Gahtman, by Rachel his wife, born at Hamborough in 
Germany. 

Peter Musicks, son of Hans Musicks, by Ann his wife, born at Hamborough in Germany. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



John Brethaver, son of Albert Brethaver, by Elsebe his wife, born at Gluckstadt near 
Hamborough, in Germany. 

George Schutz, son of John Schutz, by Anna Barbara his wife, born at Hersbruck near 
Nurenberg, in Germany. 

Jacob Frederick Jordis, son of Michael Jordis, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Francfort- 
on-Main in Germany. 

William Muller, son of John Muller, by Wilhelmina his wife, born at Leyden in 
Holland. 

Anthony Marie De la Croze, son of Francis Marie, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Grenoble in Dauphine, in France. 

John English, son of James English, by Ann his wife, born in Rome. 

Stephen Lyon, son of John Lyon, by Mary his wife, born at Rouen in Normandy. ( See 
L.J., xviii, p. 233, describes him as clerk). 

Margrieta Lodwik, daughter of Samuel Maynard, by Anneke his wife, born at Utrect 
in Holland. 

Martin Arnouts, son of Martin Arnouts, by Josina his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Francis Noiray, son of Lewis Noiray, by Henrietta his wife, born at Marseilles in France. 

John Frederick Aleman, son of John Frederick Aleman, by Anna Katherina his wife, 
born at Maydeberg in Germany. 

Peter Triquet, son of John Triquet, by Magdelina his wife, born at Nismes in France. 

Stephen Daubuz, son of Esaie Daubuz, by Julie his wife, born at Nerac in the Province of 
Guienne, in France. 

Gerard Basfeild (Rasfeild), son of John Basfeild (Rasfeild), by Anna his wife, born 
at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Godfry Corre, son of Jacob Corre, by Christiana his wife, born at Dantzig in Prussia. 

Paul Jordis, son of Michael Jordis, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Francfort-on-Main in 
Germany. 

Philip De GoLS,son of Philip De Gols,by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Lewis Charles Noiray, son of Lewis Noiray, by Henrietta his wife, born at Paris in 
France. 

John Maintru, son of John Maintru, by Judith his wife, born at Fescamp in Normandy, 
in France. 

Peter Debonnaire, son of John Debonnaire, by Mary his wife, born at St. Quentin in 
France. 

John Cudde (Cudd), son of Dirick Cudde (Cudd), by Clementia Van Rosendact his wife, 
bbrn at Rotterdam in Holland. 

Balthazar Cornet, son of Balthazar Cornet, by Judith his wife, born at Montelinar in 
France. 

Daniel Van De Poll, son of Casper William Van De Poll, by Arthruse his wife, born 
at Nimigen in Gelderland. 

Stephen Maystre (Maystree), son of Luke Maystre, by Mary his wife, born at Nismes 
in France. 

Fredrick Standert, son of Adolff Standert, by Margareta his wife, born at Schermbeck 
in the Duchy of Cleeves, in Prussia. 

Joseph Poulce, son of Henry Poulce, by Judith his wife, born at St. Malo in France. 

John Paul Mascarenc, son of John Mascarenc, by Margareta his wife, born at Castres 
in France. 

David Godin, son of David Godin, by Frances his wife, born at Haure De Grace in the 
Province of Normandie, in France. 

John Monbevill, son of James Monbevill, by Susanna his wife, born at Chaillvete in 
France. 

Isaac Blankert, son of Leonard Blankert, bv Gerarda his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Bertrand Cahvac, son of Peter Cahvac, by Anna his wife, born at Levignac in France. 



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Fredrick Hartogh, son of Gerrard Hartogh, by Helena his wife, born at Targon in 
Holland. 

Charles Solomon Briand, son of Charles Briand, by Ester his wife, born at Lachatneray 
in France. 

John Marsh, son of John Marsh, by Lucy his wife, born at Chalons in Champaigne in 
France. 

Lewis Fontaine, son of Peter Fontaine, by Susanna his wife, born at Xaintonge in 
France. 

John Claverie, son of Peter Claverie, by Jane his wife, born at Besing in the Province 
of Bearn, in France. 

William Fraser, son of George Fraser, by Mary his wife, born at Rigu in Livonia. 

Daniel Pain, son of Daniel Pain, by Anna his wife, born at Fontenay le conte in Poitou 
in France. 

Baudvin Demande, an infant, son of Baudovin Demande, by Mary his wife, born in 
Hambrough. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

6 Anne, No. 10. 

[The petition for this bill was presented to the Commons 1707 Dec. 11. The bill was 
read a first time in the Commons Dec. 12, and passed the Commons Dec. 19. It was 
read a first time in the Lords Dec. 22 ; passed the Lords 1707-8 Jan. 8, and received 
the royal assent on Feb. 13. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 456, 462, 465, 466, 472, 474, 491, 543 ; Lords Journals xviii, 
PP- 395 , 400, 402, 404, 461.] 

Katherine Clerke, daughter of Sir William Clerke of Shabington in the County of 
Bucks., Baronet, deceased, and Dame Katherine his wife, born at Paris in France. 



NATURALIZATION BILL. 

6 Anne, No. 1 1. 

[The petition for Dos Santos was presented to the Commons 1707 Dec. 2. It stated 
that he was born in Portugal, but professeth the true Protestant religion. The bill 
was read a first time in the Commons Dec. 3; passed the Commons Dec. 16; was 
read a first time in the Lords Dec. 16; passed the Lords 1707-8 Jan. 13, and 
received the royal assent Feb. 13. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 450, 451, 454, 456, 461, 466, 495, 543; Lords Journals, 
363, 400, 424, 461.] 

Marcos dos Santos, son of John Martins dos Santos, by Maria his wife, born at Oporto 
in the Kingdom of Portugall. 

NATURALIZATION ACT. 

6 and 7 Anne, No. 43. 

[This bill was read a first time in the Lords 1707 Dec. 11 ; it passed the Lords 1707-8 
Jan. 19 ; was read a first time in the Commons Jan. 20, and passed the Commons with 
amendments on Mar. 13. The amendments doubtless consisted in the insertion of 
fresh names, but, somewhat unusually, the inserted names are not set out in the 
Commons Journals. The Lords agreed to the Commons’ amendments on Mar. 18, 
and the bill received the royal assent on Mar. 20. 



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See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 358, 364, 424, 430, 509, 514, 546; Commons Journals xv, 
pp. 506, 521, 527, 531, 532, 535, 542, 545, 582, 609, 616, 622. Besides the names in 
the Act as below the following name appears in the Lords Journals xviii, p. 402 : 
viz., Herman Hingstbeng.] 

Peter des Maizeaux, son of Lewis des Maizeaux, by Magdaline his wife, born at Paillat 
in the Province of Auvergne, in France. 

Francis Heilman, son of Bruno Heilman, by Anne his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

John Risteau, son of John Risteau, by Madeinne his wife, born at St. Foy in the Province 
of Guienne, in France. (See L.J., xviii, p. 348.) 

Peter Bouvot, son of Theodore Bouvot, by Mary his wife, born at Chaalons Sur Savone 
in Burgondy, in France. 

John De la Boulonniere, alias De lagrange, son of Peter De la Boulonniere, bv Magdalen 
his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Paul Vaillant, son of Francis Vaillant, by Jaqueline his wife, born at Saumer in France. 

Isaac Vaillant, son of Francis Vaillant, by Jaqueline his wife, born at Saumer in France. 

Anthony Martin, son. of Anthony Martin, by Katherine his wife, born at Montpellier in 
France. 

Benjamine Le Berquier, son of Jacob Le Berquier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Havre 
de Grace in Normandy, in France. 

Samuel Alavoine, son of Daniel Alavoine, by Mary his wife, born at Seruquentoin in the 
Province of Picardy in France. 

John Thurotte, son of John Thurotte, by Mary his wife, born at Clermont in Piccardy 
in France. 

Rudolph Kien, alias Kuhne, son of Martin Kuhne, by Anne his wife, born at Custrin 
in Brandenburgh. 

John Bull, son of Jochim Bull, by Anne his wife, born at Bergen in Denmark. 

John Alrott, son of John Alrott, by Margret his wife, born at Stockholm in Swedland. 

Samuel Clavis, son of John Clavis, by Agnes his wife, born in the Town of Malleen in 
the Province of Guienne in France. 

Mathias Dupont, son of Mathias Dupont, by Jane his wife, born at Rouen in Normandy 
in France. 

John Vat, son of John Val, by Mary his wife, born at Bien in Switzerland. 

Jacob Heholt, son of George Herholt, by Dorothy his wife, born at Dantzick in 
Germany. 

Claudius Daniel Pecqueur, son of Francis Pecqueur, by Mary his wife, born at Angers 
in the Province of Anjou, in France. 

Anthony Mure, son of Abraham Mure, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Sameur in the 
Province of Anjou, in France. 

Louis Thiolet, son of Louis Thiolet and Mary his wife, born at Rouen in France. 

James Mouliot, son of Isaac Mouliot and Katherine his wife, born at Challenette in 
Xaintonge in France. 

John Rulland, son of John Rulland, by Marv his wife, born at Saumien in Saintonge, 
in France. (See L.J., xviii, p. 395.) 

Charles Perier, son of Peter Perier, by Lucy his wife, born at Xaintonge in France. 

Tadeus Vansanden, son of Hilliard Vansanden, by Anne his wife, born in Ostfriesland. 
(Appears as Vanfunden in L.J., xviii, p. 402.) 

Henry Power, son of John Lord Power, of the Kingdom of Ireland, by Katherine Lady 
Power his wife, born in Champaign in France. (See L.J., xviii, p. 402.) 

Peter Drelincourt, son of Charles Drelincourt, by Marguarite his wife, born at Paris 
in France. (See L.J., xviii, p. 402.) 

Isaac Didier, son of John Didier, by Margareta his wife, born at Vuassy in Champaign, 
in France. 

John Manian, son of Abraham Manian, by Jane his wife, born at Saint Antonein in 
France, 



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James King, son of John Lord Kingston, of the Kingdom of Ireland, by Margaret Lady 
Kingston, his wife, born in France. 

Sophia King, daughter of John Lord Kingston, of the Kingdom of Ireland, by Margaret 
Lady Kingston his wife, born in France. 

Petek Schrieber, son of William Schrieber, by Ann his wife, born at Manheim in the 
Palatinat belonging the Elector Palatine. 

John Fredrick Arnolt, son of John Arnolt, by Ann Mary his wife, born at Leipsich 
in Germany. 

Geredt Bode, son of Roger Bode, by Alke his wife, born at Oldenborg in Germany. 

John Burges Heydman, son of Herman Burges, by Katherine his wife, born at Hartsford 
in Germany. 

Mathew Boehm, son of Mathew Boehm, by Salome his wife, born at Strasburg in 
Germany. 

Reimerd Watkins, son of Peter Watkins, by Ann his wife, born at Hambrough in 
Germany. 

Casper Beryman, son of Peter Beryman, by Maesker his wife, born at Erberfelt in 
Germany. 

John Du Vivier, son of James Du Vivier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Paris in France. 

John Colom, son of John Colom, by Anna his wife, born at Monntauban in France. 

Noe Contesse, son of Abraham Contesse, by Judith his wife, born at Roussy in France. 

Moses Moreau, son of Charles Moreau, by Mary his wife, born at Xaintes in the 
Kingdome of France. 

John Gotheb Croker, son of Christopher Croker, by Rosina his wife, born at Dresden in 
Germany. 

John Le Plastrier, son of John Le Plastrier, by Ann his wife, born at Roven in 
Normandy. 

Andrew Vehl Hering, son of George Vehl Hering, by Otillia his wife, born at Wismar 
in Germany. 

Peter Loonefskoy, son of Michael Loonefskoy, by Martha his wife, born at Nootrenka 
in the County of Cooringsk in Russia. 

John Meetchewrin, son of Benedict Meetchewrin, by Katherina his wife, born in the 
Province of Goleech in Russia. 

David Baschard, son of James Baschard, by Ann his wife, born at Dieppe in Normandy. 

Abraham Gouyquet, son of John Gouyquet, by Clauda his wife, born at Sedan in France. 

Jacobus Vantol, son of Dirck Vantol, by Odilia his wife, born at The Hague in Holland. 

Thomas Siries, son of Peter Siries, by Susanna his wife, born at Cardailhac in France. 

Joseph De Sarlande, son of James De Sarlande, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bergerac 
in France. 

Lewis De Blois, son of John De Blois, by Jane his wife, born at Roma Siries in France. 

John Butand [Butaud], son of Zacharie Butand, by Judith his wife, born at Lucon in 
France. 

Nicholas Peterson Fynboe, son of Peter Hansen Fynboe, by Ann his wife, born at 
Hadersleben in Holstein. 

Ernst Moritz Schachmann, son of Francis Carl Schachmann, by Toredea his wife, born 
at Dresden in Saxony. 

Henry Desbrosses, son of Peter Desbrosses, bv Mary Magdalene his wife, born at Sain- 
tonge in France. 

John Peyrol, son of John Peyrol, by Johanna his wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

Francis Hutchinson, son of Ambrose Hutchinson, by Sarah his wife, born at Rotterdam 
in Holland. 

David Perronet, son of John Perronet, by Susanna his wife, born at Chasteaudoex in 
the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

John Caucaret, son of Peter Caucaret, by Anna his wife, born at Castel Jalous in France. 

Peter la Plante, son of Peter la Plante, by Mary his wife, born at Pons in France. 

John Peter Durand, son of John Durand, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Tournon in 
France, 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



David Tanqueray, son of David Tanqueray, by Sarah his wife, born in Normandy in 
France. 

James Godier, son of Lewis Godier, by Mary his wife, born at Renne in Britany in 
France. 

John Schnell, son of Andrew Schnell, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Hanow in Germany. 

Francis Luning, son of Francis Luning, by Ann Christiana his wife, born at Quaken- 
bruck in Germany. 

John Peaune, son of John Peaune, by Maryhis wife, born at Saint Fort in the Province 
of Saintonge, in France. 

John Fouquet, son of John Fouquet, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Maixaut in 
Poitou. 

Gabriel Rousseau, son of Philip Rousseau, by Mary his wife, born at Loudun in Poitou, 
in France. 

Peter Menard, son of John Menard, by Lewisa his wife, born at the Hague in Holland. 

Michael Labene, son of John Labene, by Margaret his wife, born at Montagnac in France. 

John Kerfbeyl, son of Simon Kerfbeyl, by Ann his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Simon Coeslager, son of Simon Coeslager, by Magdalene his wife, born at Haure de 
grace in France. 

Adrian de Young, son of Reiner de Young, by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Cross Martin, son of Marker Martin, by Johumay his wife, born at Smirna in Asia. 

Paul Bovilly, son of Charles Bovilly, by Susanna his wife, born at Tours in Tourenne. 

Laurence Loveroo, son of Nicholas Loveroo, by Susanna his wife, born at Rousse in 
Flanders. 

Alexander Dilmandi, son of Peter Dilmandi, by Susanna his wife, born in the City of 
Montzingen in the County of Bochlenheim, in the lower Palatinat upon the Rhine. 

John Martens Eelking, son of Marten Martens Eelking, by Margareta his wife, born 
at Bremen in Germany. 

Peter Baraille, son of Peter Baraille, by Mary his wife, born at Saint Rouen in Rovergue, ] 
in France. 

John Sharrer, son of Paul Sharrer, by Magdalen his wife, born at Nurenburg in 
Germany. 

George Nicholaus Dobbertin, son of Necholaus Dobbertin, by Anna Maria his wife, 
born at Hagenow in the Dukedome of Macklenberg, in Germany. 

Henry Kulenkampff, son of Arendt Kulenkampff, by Rebecca his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Josias Villeneau, son of Charles Villeneau, by Ester his wife, born at Arr in the Island 
of Ree in France. 

Paul Crell Spinowski, son of Christopher Crell Spinowski, by Theophila his wife, l 
born in the Town of Rackowek in the Province of Johansburg, in the Kingdome of 
Prussia. 

Christopher Toepken, son of John Toepken, bv Adelheit his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

Phillip Bryand, son of Phillip Bryand, by Marv his wife, born at Saint Jeandengely in 
Saintonge, in France. 

Andrew Enderup, son of George Enderup, by Martha his wife, born at Kopenhagen in 
Denmark. 

Henry Troner, son of Strange Troner, by Mary his wife, born at Kopenhagen in 
Denmark. 

Adam Maes, son of Adam Maes, by Margaretta his wife, born at Annawyller in the 
Dutchy of Duexponts in Germany. 

Peter Ei.ers, son of John Elers, by Ann his wife, born at Hamburg in Germany. 

Daniel Poynes, son of John Povnes, bv B'^rnardina his wife, born at Saint frique in 
Rovergue. 

Christian Levie, son of Joseph Levie, bv Judith his wife, born at Zegnitz in Germany. 



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William Van Leute, son of Harman Van Leute, by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

Isaac Devic, son of Isaac Devic, by Ann his wife, born at Caluisson in Languedoc. 

Frederick Emmanuel Bada, an infant, son of Frederick Bada, by Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Berne in Germany. 

Amand Lallouhe Du Perron, son of Amand Lallouhe Du Perron, by Jane his wife, 
born at Copenhagen in Denmark. 

Lewis Chavelleau de Boisragon, an infant, son of Lewis Chavelleau de Boisragon, by 
Lewiza his wife, born at the Hague in Holland [20 Mar., 1707]. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

6 and 7 Anne, No. 74. 

[The petition for Affleck (Afflick, Afleck) was presented to the Commons 1707-8 Mar. 3. 
It stated that he was born out of the dominions, was a Protestant and well affected 
to the Government. The bill was read a first time in the Commons on Mar. 6; 
passed the Commons on Mar. 23 ; was read a first time in the Lords Mar. 24 ; passed 
the Lords Mar. 29, and received the royal assent on April 1. 

See Commons Journals xv, pp. 583, 591, 592, 602, 617, 626, 639; Lords Journals xviii, 
PP- 550, 553, 556, 567-] 

John Affleck, Esquire, son of Thomas Affleck, by Ann his wife, born at Copenhagen in 
Denmark. 

Mary Dutry (Dewtry), wife of Dennis Dutry, daughter of Hillary Reneu, by Marguerett 
his wife, born at Bourdeaux in France. 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

6 and 7 Anne, No. 75. 

[Bill read a first time in the Lords 1707-8 Mar. 9; passed the Lords Mar. 20; read a 
first time in the Commons Mar. 24; reported with amendments Mar. 31; the 
amendments consisting in the addition of the names from Peter Barbut to the end; 
passed the Commons April 1. The Lords agreed to the amendments April 1, and 
the bill received the royal assent on the same day. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 500, 509, 514, 546, 567; Commons Journals xv, pp. 622, 
630, 634, 637, 643, 647, 649.] 

Peter Dubourdieu, son of John Dubourdieu, by Margaret his wife, born at Lizes in 
Languedoc, in France. 

Peter Vignier, son of John Vignier, by Janne his wife, born at Amontargnac in 
Languedoc in France. 

Anthony Toulon, son of John Toulon, by Mary his wife, born at Wallerangue in 
Languedoc, in France. 

Mark Jacob, son of John Jacob, by Ann his wife, born at Ragusa in Dalmatia. 

Stephen Peloquin, son of Stephen Peloquin, by Ann his wife, born at Rochelle in 
Aunix, in France. 

Anthony de Rambouillet, son of Nicholas de Rambouillet, bv Louise Magdalen Henry 
his wife, born at Copenhagen in Denmark. 

Charles William de Rambouillet, son of Nicholas de Rambouillet, by Louise Magdalen 
Henry his wife, born at Copenhagen in Denmark, 

F 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Charles Boit, son of Charles Boit, by Mary his wife, born in Venice. 

Isaac Guigner, son of Leonard Guigner, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Lions in France. 

Leonard Guigner, son of Isaac Guigner, by Henrietta his wife, born in Geneva. 

John Chauvel, son of Moses Chauvel, by Susanna his wife, born at Diepe in the Province 
of Normandy, in France. 

John De Laroque, son of Albert De Laroque, by Paule his wife, born at Lelac in 
Perigord, in France. 

Oliver Mocquot De Creauton, son of John Mocquot, by Mary his wife, born at 
Seignetay [Seignelay] in France. 

Daniel Regnier, son of Daniel Regnier, by Susanna his wife, born at Saumeur in Anjou, 
in France. 

Peter Morin, son of John Morin, by Renne his wife, born at Niort in Poitou, in France. 

Peter Barbut, son of Peter Barbut, by Magdaleine his wife, born at Meyrneis in 
Languedoc, in France. 

Christian Josiah Sharmont, son of David Sharmont, by Geshe his wife, born in 
Hamburg. 

John Vandervaart (Vandarvaart), son of Adam Vandervaart, by Sarah his wife, born at 
Haarlem in Holland. 

Henry Remmens, son of Henry Remmens, by Ann his wife, born at Hambro. 

Jacob Meyer, son of Jacob Meyer, by Margaretta his wife, born at Hambro. 

John Janssen, son of Jpe Janssen, by Agata his wife, born at Hambro. 

Bartholomew Zollicoffre, son of John Conradus Zollicoffre, by Mary his wife, born at 
Marseilles in France. 

John Luttman, son of Albert Luttman, by Catharina his wife, born in Hambro. 

John Chabrol, son of Peter Chabrol, by Susanna his wife, born at Marenne in France. 

Daniel Lions, son of Daniel Lions, by Ann his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Stephen Langlois, son of Peter Langelois, by Jane his wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

Peter Langlois, son of Peter Langlois, by Jane his wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

David De la Haye Dumont, son of Josias De la Have Dumont, by Mary his wife, born at 
Flesingen in Zeland. 

Stephen Toulouze, son of William Toulouze, by Frances his wife, born at Montpellier 
in France. 

James Del hoste (Delhoste), son of Isaac Del hoste, by Ann his wife, born at Tonneins 
in France. 

James Reght (Reight), son of Theodore Reght (Reight), by Welmerina (Melmerina) 
his wife, born at Westeren Cotton in Germany. 

Toger Wegersloff, son of Lars Wegersloff, by Ingeborg his wife, born at Aarhuus in 
Denmark. 

George Johnson, son of (John) George Johnson, by Leue his wife, born at Ripen in 
Denmark. 

Charles Amelius Menard, an infant, son of Philip Menard by Frances his wife, born at 
Copenhagen in Denmark. 



NATURALIZATION BILL WHICH DID NOT PASS . 

[On 24 Feb. 1707-8 a petition was presented to the Commons for Peter Falaizeau, Esq., 
praying for his naturalization. It set forth that he was born in France; had resided 
in England several years now last past, and always did and does profess the true 
Protestant religion. The bill was read a first time in the Commons on Feb. 25; he 
took the oaths on Feb. 26; the bill was read a second time and committed on Mar. 1, 
and on the following days the Committee was added to. The bill proceeded no 
further.] 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

7 Anne, No. 5. 

[The petition of Kenneth, Lord Duffus, praying for the naturalization of his lady was 
presented to the Lords 1708-9 Jan. 17. It stated that she was born out of the 
Queen’s allegiance, but professeth the true Protestant religion. The bill was read a 
first time in the Lords Jan. 18 ; passed the Lords Jan. 27 ; was read a first time in the 
Commons Jan. 28 ; passed the Commons Feb. 22, and received the royal assent 
Feb. 24. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 606, 607, 615, 616, 620, 642, 647; Commons Journals xvi, 
pp. 73, 94, 1 1 6, 1 1 9, 123.] 

Charlotta Christiana, Lady Duffus, daughter of Erick Baron Siobladh and Charlotta 
Regina his wife, born at Charlescrane in Sweden. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1708 Aug. 25. Joshue Kotcherthal, 

Sibylle Charlotte, his wife, 
Christiano Josae, 

Benigne Sibylle, 

Susanne Sibylle, their children. 
Lorentz Schwisser, 

Anne Catherine, his wife, and 
Johanne, his daughter. 

Heinrich Rennau, 

Johanne, his wife, 

Lorentz, and 
Heinrich, their children. 

Susanne Liboschain. 

Marie Johanne Liboschain. 

Andree Volck, 

Anne Catherine, his wife, 
Georgio-H ieronymo, 

Marie Barbare, and 
Anne-Gertrude, their children. 
Michaeli Weigand, 

Anne Catherine, his wife, 

Tobie, 

Georgio, and 

Anne Marie, their children. 

Jacob Weber, 

Anne Elizabethe, his wife, 
Eve-Maria, and 

Eve Elizabethe, their children. 
Johanni Jacob Pletel, 

Anne Elizabethe, his wife, 
Margarethe, 

Anne Sare, and 
Catherine, their children. 

Johanni Fisher, 

Marie Barbare, his wife. 

Melchior Gulch, 

Anne Catherine, his wife, 
Heinrich, and 
Magdalene, their children, 



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DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



1708 Aug. 25. Isaac Zurck. 

Petro Rose, 

Johanne, his wife. 

Marie Wemarin, and 
Catharine Wemarin, her daughter. 

Isaac Feber, 

Catherine, his wife, and 
Abrahamo, their son. 

Daniele Fiere, 

Anne Marie, his wife, 

Andree, and 
Johanni, their children. 

Huberto Huberston, and 
Jacob, his son. 

Hermanno Schuneman. 

All German Lutherans reduced to ex- 
treme poverty by the very frequent 
incursions of the French into the 
Palatinate and lately fled into Great 
Britain in order to inhabit the Pro- 
vince of New York in America. 

(Patent Roll, 7 Anne, part 2 ; Privy 
Seals Chancery File 2897 ; Colo- 
nial Office Records 5, 1049, No. 
68 .) 

1708 Sept. 9. Jacobo Kendall, Esq. 

(Patent Roll, 7 Anne, part 3; Privy 
Seals Chancery File 2898.) 



NATURALIZATION ACT. 

7 and 8 Anne, No. 17. 

[The petition for this bill was presented to the Lords 1708 Dec. 7. The bill was read 
a first time in the Lords Dec. 10. It passed the Lords 1708-9 Feb. 7. It was read 
a first time in the Commons Feb. 8, and passed the Commons on Mar. 7 with 
amendments which consisted in the insertion of the names from Weishamer to 
Tabour. The Lords agreed to these amendments on Mar. 10, and the bill received 
the royal assent on Mar. 23. 

See Lords Journals xviii, pp. 588, 590, 610, 625, 629, 658, 660, 680; Commons Journals 
xvi, pp. 96, 97, 99, 104, 109, 1 1 3, 136, 1 41 , 149, 170. There are in the Lords Journals 
xviii, pp. 594 and 615, petitions for two persons whose names do not appear included 
in the following bill : viz., James de la Fountaine and Peter Hiot.] 

Lewis de Rosset, son of Lewis de Rosset, bv Katherine his wife, born at Uzes in the 
Kingdom of France. 

Peter Brozet, son of Peter Brozet, by Ann his wife, born at Guardalup in America. 

David Sainet, son of Gideon Sainet, by Mary his wife, born at Constance in Buff in 
Normandy. 

Claudius Crottier Desmaretz, son of Peter Crottier Desmaretz, by Gillette his wife, 
born at Lyons in France. 

Gideon Guichenet, son of Peter Guichenet bv Jane his wife, born at Bourdeaux in 
France. 

Samuel Summer, son of Samuel Summer, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bern in Switzer- 
land, 



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Isaac Reynous, son of James Reynous, by Mary his wife, born at Florensac in Languedoc. 

Nicholas Bailly, son of John Badly, by Josina his wife, born in Hamburg. 

Christian Henry Richter, son of Zacharias Richter, by Anna Susanna his wife, born 
at Leyasigin in Saxony. 

Isaac Hamon, son of Peter Hamon, by Charlotte his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Ezekiel Castenet, son of John Castenet, by Ester his wife, born at Castillion in France. 

Peter Brisac, son of Alexander Brisac, by Ann his wife, born at Nerac in France. 

James Bourquet, son of John Bourquet, by Katherine his wife, born at Nismes in France. 

Peter Cabibel, son of Stephen Cabibel, by Jane his wife, born at Languedoc in France. 

Lewis Fenoulhet, son of Jaque Fenoulhet, by Catherine his wife, born at Nismes in 
France. ( See L.J., xviii, p. 594.) 

Andrew Vedean [Veadeau], son of John Vedean, by Anne his wife, born at Saintes in 
France. 

John Vedean [Vedeau], son of John Vedean, by Anne his wife, born at Saintes, in 
France. 

Henry Dupree, son of Moses Dupree, by Catherina his wife, born at Haerlem in Holland. 

John Noguier, son of John James Noguier, by Susanna his wife, born at Nismes in 
France. 

Peter Roquette, son of Peter Roquette, by Frances his wife, born at Bordeaux in 
France. 

Peter Merlier, son of Peter Merlier, by Mary his wife, born at Stockholme in Swede- 
land. 

John Du Bourg, son of John Du Bourg, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

John Buissiore, son of Peter Buissiore, by Susanna his wife, born in Paris. 

John Rieusset, son of John Rieusset, by Anne his wife, born at Ganges in Languedoc. 

James de Leuze, son of Peter de Leuze, by Susanna his wife, born at Allez in France. 
(L.J., xviii, p. 599.) 

John Trapaud, son of John Trapaud, by Margueritte his wife, born at Chastilhon in the 
Kingdom of France. 

Paul de Saint Julien, son of Peter de Saint Julien, by Janne his wife, born at Vitre in 
Bretanny, in France. 

Peter Caudier, son of Josephus Caudier, by Renee his wife, born at Draguignan in 
France. 

James Hattenville, son of James Hattenville, by Mary his wife, born at Dieppe in Nor- 
mandy, in France. 

John Ageron, son of John Ageron, by Anna his wife, born at Saint Anthony in Dauphine, 
in France. 

Cyrus De la Milliere, son of Florent De la Milliere, by Mary Anna his wife, born at 
Nantes in France. 

Solomon Blosset, son of Solomon Blosset, by Anne his wife, born at Ole Les (Cle Ljis), 
in France. 

Thomas Russell, son of Stephen Russell, by Mary his wife, born at Pontaumer in 
Normandy. (See L.J., xviii, p. 591.) 

John St. Martin, son of Berard St. Martin, by Mary his wife, born at Pau in the Province 
of Bearne in France. (See L.J., xviii, p. 609.) 

Benjamin Godeffroy, son of Alexander Godeffroy and Elizabeth his wife, born at Rochell 
in France. 

Francis Testas, son of Peter Testas and Mary his wife, born at Bordeaux in the Province 
of Guienne, in France. 

Andre Fresneau, son of Louis Fresneau, by Mary his wife, born in the Island of Oleron 
in France. 

Rene Het, son of Josue Het and Sara his wife, born at Rochelle in France. 



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Peter Escot, son of Peter Escot, by Mary his wife, born at Bergirac in the Province of 
Perigord, in France. 

Thedore Amyand, son of Isaac Amyand and Ann his wife, born in Paris. 

Peter Dunoyer, son of Michael Dunoyer, by Jane his wife, born at Bully in Burgundy, 
in France. 

Paul Daverton, son of Paul Daverton and Mary his wife, born at Bauge in Anjou, in 
France. ( See L.J., xviii, p. 590.) 

Jeremiah Weishamer, son of Henry Weishamer, by Mary his wife, born in Danzig. 

John Gout, son of Stephen (Estephen) Gout, by Mary his wife, born at Milhau in France. 

Cornelius Van Deuren, son of Henry Van Deuren, by Ann his wife, born at Roterdam 
in Holland. 

James Chauvel, son of David Chauvel, by Martha his wife, born at Dieppe in Normandy, 
in France. 

Timothy Laffitte, son of Peter Laffitte, by Jane his wife, born at Peuh in France. 

Anthony Martel, son of Peter Martel, by Susanna his wife, born at Bourdeaux in France. 

Jonas Alberg, son of Michael Alberg, by Maria his wife, born at Alingsako in Sweedland. 

John Le Quesne, son of Peter Le Quesne, by Katherine his wife, born at Roven in 
Normandy, in France. 

Charles le Blanc, son of Raoul le Blanc, by Jane his wife, born at Foudun in France. 

Lawrence Richart (Bichart), son of Claudius Richart (Bichart), by Jane his wife, born 
at La fere in Pickardie, in France. 

Lawrence Victorin, son of Lawrence Victorin, by Katherine his wife, born at Seara in 
Sweeden. 

John Jacob Winkler, son of Rodolph Winkler, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Meispeacho 
in Switzerland. 

Abraham Berkenhaut, son of Paul Berkenhaut, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Hamburg. 

James Deborde, son of James Deborde, by Judith his wife, born at Gimozal in France. 

John Baurain, son of Francis Baurain, by Mary his wife, born at Audinuille in Picardie. 

Peter Seicar, son of John Seicar, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Monuoisin in Gasconge. 

Simeon Grilon, son of Simon Grilon, by Jane his wife, born at Chasonville in the Bauce. 

Isaac Marot, son of Moses Marot, by Rachel his wife, born at Berreux in Picardie. 

Alexander Reinier, son of John Reinier, by Jane his wife, born at Duchalen in Wivaret. 

John Seguin, son of Andrew Seguin, bv Mary his wife, born at Saint tonge in Maren. 

Noel Tabour, son of Peter Tabour, by Jane his wife, born at Chalencon in Vivaret. 

John Rossignol, son of Nicholas Rossignol, by Margarett his wife, born at La Ferte in 
the Province of Brie, in France. 

Andrew Martin, son of Martin Andrew (sic), by Barbara his wife, born at Statin in 
Sweeden. 

Andrew Lacour, son of Alexander Lacour, by Magdelen his wife, born at Lacon in 
Dauphine, in France. 

Peter Dolmer, son of Wod Dolmer, by Dorothv his wife, born in Copenhagen. 



NATURALIZATION BILL WHICH DID NOT PASS. 

7 and 8 Anne. 

[On 1708-9 Jan. 21 a petition was presented to the Commons on behalf of Moses Beranger 
praying for naturalization. It set forth that petitioner was born out of the allegiance, 
but was of the Protestant religion, of which he has given good testimony. Leave 
was given to introduce a bill for his naturalization : but no further proceedings 
were had upon it. See Commons Journals xvi, p. 66.] 



DENIZATIONS. 



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DENIZATIONS. 



1710 April 4. Petro Josepho Migliorucci. 

(Patent Roll, 9 Anne, part 1.) 

1711 Dec. 12. Mosi Israel Henriques, 

Jacob Rodrigues Mendez, 

Isaac Peiexoto [all three] of the City of London. 
Rodrigo Pacheco, of the Province of New 
York. Merchants. 

(Patent Roll, 10 Anne, part 2.) 



Naturalization on the Oaths Rolls. 



INTRODUCTION. 

The special lists of Denizations entered on the Oaths Rolls and covering the years 
1708-10 are the outcome of a temporary and merciful relaxation of the ordinary formali- 
ties attending the obtaining of private naturalization acts. The purpose of the relaxation 
was at once to facilitate and to cheapen the obtaining of native privileges. It was exactly 
the same motive which produced the Secretary of State’s certifications of denizens dur- 
ing the years 1681 to 1684, for which see the preceding volume of the Denization Hugue- 
not Society Publications, Vol. XVIII, pp. 124-5 and 126-214. 

In the present volume reference has already been made to a futile attempt 
to cheapen and accelerate the naturalization of the subjects of the Principality of Orange. 
That attempt failed in Parliament, but it furnished the substance of the procedure which 
was adopted in 1708 by the Act of 7 Anne, c. 5, which initiated the following lists. 

This Act is to be regarded as (it was indeed, as its title shows) a general Naturaliza- 
tion Act rather than as a general Denization Act. It provided that persons complying 
with the conditions laid down therein shall be deemed adjudged and taken to be her 
Majesty’s natural born subjects of this kingdom to all intents, constructions and purposes 
as if they and every of them had been or were born within this kingdom. 

The conditions required were that they should be foreign Protestants; that they should 
take and subscribe the oaths [of allegiance and supremacy] and should make and sub- 
scribe the declaration set out in the Act of 6 Anne c. 78 § 3. These oaths are given 
below. 

The swearing and declaration had to be performed in one of the four courts at West- 
minster, Chancery, Queen’s Bench, Common Pleas or Exchequer, in open court; or before 
the Lords of Council and Session or Lords of Justiciary or Barons of the Exchequer in 
Scotland in open court; or at some General Quarter Sessions of Peace to be holden for 
the county where the person resides : an entry to be made of record and only a fee of 1 /- 
to be charged for the whole procedure, but as a necessary preliminary the person con- 
cerned had to take the Sacrament within three months and had to produce his sacramental 
certificate at the time of making his oath and declaration in court and an entry of this cer- 
tificate had to be there made of record. 

This Act is notable for two additional clauses, both of which were inserted as amend- 
ments in the House of Commons (1) Persons qualifying themselves as above in Ireland 
were to be deemed and taken as the Queen’s natural born subjects of the Kingdom of 
Ireland. 

This clause contains an explicit recognition of a distinction of allegiance or nationality 
as between England and Ireland (see Introduction to Vol. XVIII., pp. xxiv.-v.) 

(2) All children of natural born subjects were to be deemed themselves natural born 
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This clause is to be considered the origin of the fatal modern juristic notion of double 
allegiance — a notion that has made modern law of nationality a hopeless jungle of uncer- 
tainty and contradiction. 

In the Lords a protest was entered against this Act of general naturalization as likely 
to be very prejudicial to the trade and manufacturers of this nation and to be of ill conse- 
quence to our liberties and religion. 

But the Lords made no protest against the above last-named clause, which was 
destined to be much more fatal in a much wider sphere. 

The above Act of 7 Anne c. 5 was of short duration. It was repealed by the Act of 10 Anne 
c. g, namely, as from the date 4 Feb., 1711-12, without prejudice to any naturalizations 
made under the said repealed Act up to or before the said date. Very significantly the 
repealing Act did not repeal the above-mentioned last clause relating to natives’ children 
born out of allegiance. 

For the legislative history of these two Acts see (1) Commons Journals, xvi., pp. 108, 
1 16, 128, 131, 133, 143, 158, 170; Lords Journals, xviii., pp. 660, 661, 667, 668, 680. 

(2) Commons Journals, xvi., pp. 457, 464, 468, 470, 472; Lords Journals xix., 212, 215, 
365, 368, 369, 374. , 

There are many curious problems connected with the subject of the records relating to 
this General Naturalization Act. 

In the first place there appear to be no oaths rolls for either Ireland or Scotland. 
My enquiries for these have elicited no information. It is at present impossible to say 
whether this is to be explained by the supposition that no use was made of the Act in those 
countries, and therefore no oaths rolls can possibly be in existence or alternatively by 
the supposition that such rolls do indeed exist but are lost or wrongly classed, and there- 
fore not forthcoming. 

Secondly. For the Quarter Session series I am only able to reproduce here the 
evidence of the Session Rolls for Middlesex. For the remaining Quarter Session districts 
throughout England information is at present unobtainable, and will continue to be so as 
long as Quarter Session records remain in the present chaotic state of guardianship. 
Such enquiries as I have made in likely Huguenot centres, such as Norwich, have resulted 
in nothing. The whole subject of the treatment and custody of Quarter Session records 
and Justice of Peace records by Clerks of the Peace has been a burning scandal for 
centuries. Lambard complained of it in his Eirenarcha in 1581. 

Thirdly. As a consequence in the following record we are only dealing with persons 
who became naturalized in London and Westminster. No estimate can be hazarded as to 
what proportion these persons formed of the total persons naturalised by the Act of 
7 Anne c. 5 in the rest of England or in Scotland or Ireland. 

Some three years after the date of the repealing Act the House of Commons called for 
a return of the persons who had been naturalized under the Act of 1708 ( see Commons 
Journals, xviii, p. 190, 29 June 1715). In obedience to such order the following returns 
were made to the House : — On the 2nd of July 1715 the Deputy Remembrancer presented 
a list of persons who took the oaths in the Exchequer (ibid., p. 195); on the 4th of July 
the Clerk of the Petty Bag acquainted the House that no persons had taken the oaths in 
the Chancery (ibid., p. 197); on the 5th of July the Clerk of the Crown presented a list 
of the persons who took the oaths in the King’s Bench (ibid., p. 200); on the 6th the 
Deputy Clerk of the Peace for Middlesex presented a list of persons who took the oaths 
at the Quarter Sessions for Middlesex (ibid., p. 201); on the 8th the Town Clerk of London 
presented a list of persons who took the oaths at the Quarter Sessions for London (ibid., 
p. 219); on the 9th Sir George Cooke, the Chief Prothonotary of the Court of Common 



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Pleas in Westminster, presented a list of the persons who took the oaths in the Court of 
Common Pleas. 

Of the lists here mentioned the copies which were deposited in the records of the 
House were all burned in the lire of 1834. The originals should be in existence. But 
those of the Exchequer and of the Common Pleas cannot be found. The King’s Bench list 
is preserved at the Public Record Office, and is here given in completeness. The record 
has long been known as the Oaths Rolls, and this designation is here retained. At the end 
of the present reprint of the Oaths Rolls will be found the entries of naturalizations culled 
from the Middlesex Quarter Sessions (infra, pp. ). Those from the City of London 

Quarter Sessions records cannot now be found. 

In the case of the King’s Bench entries which form the bulk of those special 
naturalization entries the original record is a distinct and separate list, and was manifestly 
so kept by the Clerk of the Court himself. The duplicate in Latin is evidently a clerical 
transcript made probably at the very moment of the original subscriptions, and it will be 
noticed that in many cases this duplicate roll gives Christian names in full which are only 
abbreviated or are non-existent in the original roll. I consider therefore that the Latin 
Duplicate Roll preserves the truer record of the surnames, and the forms from it (here 
given in brackets) are in every case to be preferred. The Latin Christian names however 
arq, translations merely, and for these the original roll is to be regarded as preferable. 

As to the record itself, there are unusual difficulties in connexion with any orderly 
understanding and presentation of it. As above explained, it consists of two parallel sets of 
documents (a) the skins containing the autograph signatures of the persons sworn. These 
skins are 25 in number, and are made up into Roll No. 1 ; (b) a clerical court hand Latin 
transcript of the said signatures. These comprise 13 skins, and are made up into Roll No. 2, 
which is officially entitled “ Crown side swearing rolls, Duplicate Naturalization.” This 
duplicate Roll No. 2 contains transcripts of all the original signatures in Roll No. 1, and 
in addition it contains 5 skins (now numbered 5, 6, 10, n, 12), for which no original sig- 
natures exist in No. 1 Roll. 

The following transcript therefore gives Roll No. 1 complete as it stands (save that all 
the variants of spelling, &c., from the duplicates are entered in brackets), followed by 
Skins No. 6, 7, 8, n, 12 and of Roll No. 2. 

As to dates. The Skins of Roll No. 1 contain the term dates but not the regnal year. 
In Roll No. 2 the missing regnal year date is supplied as follows : — 

Skin Nos. 1 and 5 are of 9 Anne. 

Skin Nos. 2, 4, 3 are of 8 Anne. 

Skin Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9 are of 10 Anne. 

Skin No. 10 is of 8 Anne. 

Skin Nos. 11, 12, 13 are of 9 Anne. 

As a lasting testimony to the perplexing disorder of the old arrangement of this valu- 
able record I have thought it well to let the above description stand. But it is now 
happily obsolete. Mr. Giuseppi and myself have made a joint and most laborious colla- 
tion of the whole record in both rolls, have reduced it all to chronological sequence, the 
Skins have been arranged in that sequence and the present transcript has itself been re- 
arranged to follow this chronology. It would be difficult to convey to an outsider the 
troublesome nature of this task. Users of the present volume will owe a heavy debt of 
obligation to Mr. Giuseppi for his ungrudged toil over this exceedingly painstaking re- 
arrangement and collation. 

The present order of the rolls, and as a consequence, of the transcript, and the system 
of duplication between the two series is therefore as follows : — 



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Roll No. i. 

Original Signatures. 

New and Old system 
present system of 
of numbering numbering 
the skins. the skins. 



3 

4 . 



22 

23 . 

24 

25J 



51 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 ’ 

1 1 

12 

13 

14 



r 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 [ 

7 

8 

9 

io 



Roll No. 2. 

Clerical Transcript 

New and Old system 
present system of 
of numbering numbering 
the skins. the skins 

8 Anne. 



1 2 






15 20 ... 

9 Anne. 

Nothing corresponding 



16 


19 


17 1 


21 


18 


L 


! 9 j 


12 J 


20 ^ 


13 ' 


21 


1 14 


22 


15 


2 3 ‘ 


16 J 



10 Anne. 



Nothing corresponding 

2 4\ .18I 

25/ I 7 j 




- 9 




10 

1 1 

12 

13 
1 



5 



9 



It only remains to add that the Skins contain at the heading a Registrum entry as fol- 
lows, and then the form of the oath and the form of the Declaration. The signatures are 
then written underneath on the lower half of each Skin. 

The Registrum entry is as follows — it is a mere formal exposition of the nature of the 
record. 

Registrum nominum separalium personarum natorum extra ligeantiam domine regine 
qui termino Santi Hillarii [or whatever other term] anno regni domine Anne nunc regine 
Magne Britannie, &c., decimo personaliter comparuerunt in curia domine regine coram 
ipsam reginam apud Westmonasterium et tunc et ibidem inter horas nonam et duodeci- 
mam ante meridiem separalium dierum inferius mencionatorum ejusdem termini pro- 
duxerunt et deliberaverunt in aperta curia certificationem in scripto eorum receptionis sacra- 



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menti cene clominice in Protestante vel reformats congregatione in hoc regno Magnae 
Britannie infra tres menses tunc ultime praeteritas signalam per personam tale sacramen- 
tum administrantem et per duos credibiles testes attestatam secundum direccionem cujus- 
dam acti Parliamenti anno regni dicte domine regine nunc septimo facti intitulati an Act 
for naturalizing foreign Protestants : et adtunc et ibidem fecerunt et subscripserunt jura- 
menta et fecerunt repeterunt et subscripserunt declarationem appunctuatam per alium actum 
Parliamenti anno regni dicte domine regine nunc sexto factum intitulatum, an Act to make 
further provision for electing and summoning sixteen Peers of Scotland to act in the House 
of Peers in the Parliament of Great Britain, and for trying Peers for offences committed 
in Scotland, and for the further regulating of voters in election of members to serve in 
Parliament. 

Form of the Oaths. 

(1) Do sincerely promise and swear that 1 will be faithful and keep true 

allegiance to her Majesty Queen Anne. So help me God. 

( 2 ) . Do swear that I do from my heart abhor, detest and abjure as impious 

and heretical that damnable doctrine and position that princes excommuni- 
cated by the Pope or any authority of the See of Rome may be deposed 
or murdered by their subjects or any other whatsoever, and I do declare 
that no foreign prince, person, prelate, state or potentate hath or ought 
to have any jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence or authority, 
ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this realm. So help me God. 

Form of the Declaration. 

Do truly and sincerely acknowledge, profess, testify and declare that I do 
believe in my conscience before God and the world that our Sovereign 
Lady Queen Anne is lawful and rightful Queen of the Realm and of all 
other her Majesty’s dominions and countries thereunto belonging, and I 
solemnly and sincerely declare that I do believe in my conscience the 
person pretended to be Prince of Wales during the life of the late King 
James and since his decease pretending to be and taking upon himself the 
style and title of King of England by the name of James the Third or of 
Scotland by the name of James the Eighth or the style and title of King of 
Great Britain, hath not any right or title whatsoever to the crown of this 
realm or any other the dominions thereunto belonging, and I do renounce, 
refuse and abjure any allegiance or obedience to him ; and 1 swear that I 
will bear faith and true allegiance to her Majesty Queen Anne and her 
will defend to the utmost of my power against all traitorous conspiracies 
and attempts whatsover which shall be made against her person, Crown, 
or dignity, and 1 will do my best endeavours to disclose and make known 
to her Majesty and her successors all treason and treacherous conspiracies 
which I shall know to be against her or any of them, and I do faithully 
promise to the utmost of my power to support, maintain and defend the 
succession of the Crown against him the said James and all other persons 
whatsoever as the same is and stands settled by an Act entituled an Act 
declaring the rights and liberties of the subject and settling the succes- 
sion of the Crown to her present Majesty and the heirs of her body being 
Protestants, and as the same bv one other Act entituled an Act for the 
further limitation of the Crown and better declaring the rights and liber- 
ties of the subjects is and stands settled and entailed after the decease of 
her Majesty to the Princess Sophia, Electoress and Duchess Dowager of 
Hanover, and the heirs of her body, being Protestants, and all these things 
I do plainly and sincerely acknowledge and swear according to these 
express word's to me spoken and according to the plain and common-sense 
and understanding of the same words without any equivocation, mental 
evasion, and secret reservation whatsoever, and I do make this recogni- 
tion, acknowledgment, abjuration, renunciation, and promise heartily, 
willingly, and truly upon the true faith of a Christian. 



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I do solemnly and sincerely, in the presence of God, profess, testify and 
declare that I do believe that in the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper there 
is not any transubstantiation of the elements of bread and wine into the 
body and blood of Christ at or after the consecration thereof by any per- 
son, and that the invocation or adoration of the Virgin Mary or any other 
Saint and the sacrifice of the Mass as they are now used in the Church of 
Rome are superstitious and idolatrous, and I do solemnly and in the 
presence of God profess, testify and declare that I do make this declaration 
and every part thereof and by plain and ordinary sense of the words read 
unto me as they are commonly understood by English Protestants without 
any evasion, equivocation or mental reservation whatsoever and without 
dispensation already granted me for this purpose by the Pope or any other 
authority or person whatsoever or without any hope of any such dispen- 
sation from any person or authority whatsoever or without thinking I am 
or can be acquitted before God or man or absolved of this declaration or 
any part thereof, although the Pope or any other person or persons or 
power whatsoever should dispense with or annuli the same or declare that 
it was null and void from the beginning. 

In the following text the forms in brackets represent the readings of the duplicate roll. 



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SKIN i. 

(1709) Die Mercurii proximo post quindenam Paschae [viii 
Anne], 

Jean La Maison. 

Isaac Rousselet. 

Daniel Casamajor. 

Daniel Cotelle. 

Die Jovis proximo post quindenam Paschae. 

Noe Bett. 

Ch. (Carolus) Bertheau. 

Isaac Du Castel. 

Nicholas Rotshouck (Roshouk). 

Peter Paillou. 

Peter Perbelin. 

The mark of John Baptist Flaman. 

James Perigal (Perigall). 

E. (Ezekiel) Barbauld. 

Jacques Le Jeune. 

Pierre fraillion (Fraillon). 

Michael Compigne. 

Claude Viet. 

Peter Delanefue Maison. 

James Grimault. 

Jean Mersie. 

Jacob Brisson. 

Josue Savoye. 

Mare (Mariana) Moreau. 

James Aueline (Aveline). 

Francis Laponye (Laponge). 

James Delamare. 

Peter Delamare. 

Philemon testu. 

The mark of Peter L’Archevesque. 

Isaac Gautier. 

Isaac Tyrel. 

Stephen Audeoud. 

Jean Fagard. 

J. (Joannes) Lagourgne. 

Jean Boullanger. 

Jean Laurens. 

Anne Godart. 

Daniel Auber. 

Mari Mareau (Marcus Moreau). 

The mark of (Esiah) Corbf.au. 

Susanne Corbeau. 

SKIN 2. 

Die Lune proximo post tres septimanas Paschce . 

Peter Petit (Pettitt). 



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(1709) John Billfoy. 

J. (Jacobus) Arnaudin. 

Jean Le gros. 

SKIN 3. 

Die Lune proximo post mensem Paschae. 

Isaac Grou. 

Isaac Du Castel. 

James Bruniqill (Bruniquel). 

Isaac Tancart. 

James Metcalfe. 

Ann Metcalfe. 

Sarah Metcalfe. 

Carroline Metcalfe. 

John Mouret. 

Paul Suchjer.* 

Godfrey Sollicoffer. 

Nicholas Rotshouck (Rosshouck). 

John Melon. 

B. (Belthazer) Regis, minister], 

Peter Bourdon. 

John Hochecorne. 

Samuel Brule. 

Die Jovis proximo post mensem Paschae. 

Barthelemy Beonard (Nathaniel Bernard). 
Jean Descous. 

Samuel Morin. 

Abraham Allais. 

Peter Rude. 

Jean Maillard. 

Simeon Bernard. 

Pierre Maillard. 

Jacques du Puy. 

J. (Johannes) Lagourgne). 

Stephen Audeoud. 

Jean Boullanger. 

DORSO OF SKIN 3. 

Die Lune proximo post quinque septimanas Paschae. 

Peter fraillion. 

Josue Sauoye (Savoye). 

Jean lairens (Laurens). 

Jacob Aall. ^ 

Ch. (Carolus) Bertheau. 

The mark of Christian Miler (Miller). 

E. (Ezekael) Barbauld. 

* The eight names from Suchier to Brule occur in the duplicate roll in the 
order as here given. But in the original roll they occur after Jacques du Puy nine 
names lower down. 



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(1709) 



James Perigal. 

James Delamere. 

Peter Delamere. 

Daniel Auber. 

Michael Compignk. 

Jacque Lambert. 

Jacque le Jeune. 

Peter Bouvar. 

Isaac Pottonnier. 

Jacque Eude. 

Peter Audart. 

Isaac Poitier. 

James Barbot. 

James Fermignan. 

Peter Rivalier. 

Abraham Billon. 

Jean des feue (fue). 

James Sallies (Salliere). 

The mark of Danl Gougon. 

Peter Hemard. 

David Senecale. 

John Blaquieret (Blaquiere). 

M. Rious dict Labruyn (Matheus Riou alias 
Labrune). 

Francois Rouret. 

James Grimault. 

James Aueline (Aveline). 

Marc Moreau. 

The mark of Esaiah Corbeau. 

Philemon Testu. 

Marianne Moreau. 

SuSANNE CORBAU (CORBEAU). 

Paul Letlier (Paulus le Tellier). 

Anne Rondeau. 

Isaac Leuilain (le Vilain). 

David Longueville. 

Die Lime proximo post crastinam Ascensionis Domini. 

Jean Baptiste Denis, ministre. 

John Sor Temboc (Sortemboc). 

Daniel Mullot. 

David Ramie (Rame). 

Isaac gautier. 

Anne Godart. 

Anthoine Audeffre. 

Jean Botreau (Botrau). 

Jacob Chassereau. 

Jean Mersie (Mersier). 

The mark of Magdalen Eude, 



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(1709) 



SKIN 4. 



Peter King. 

Peter Gausseran (Gosserant). 

James Browet. 

Peter Mauger. 

John Buisson. 

Peter Morland. 

Rene Savonnet. 

David Delfais (Dalfais). 

Gabriel Longuet. 

Henry Poisson. 

Paul Fanevil. 

Elias Robert. 

Char le Henry (Carolus Henry). 

Pierre Goiran (Goyrand). 

Pierre Ferilles (Farilles). 

Gabriel Fournier. 

Pierre Duval. 

Francois Fradin. 

John Farcy. 

The mark of Peter L’Archevesque. 

P. Rouiere (Petrus Roviere). 

Andrea Patry. 

Jean Fugard (Fagart). 

James Laserre. 

John Moilliet (Molliet). 

Cha Denroches (Carolus Denroche). 

Ach. (Achilles) de Lacolombine. 

Phillip ferment. 

David Aubrespy. 

The mark of Judith Fagard (Faguard). 
Gabriel Eude. 

Isaac Tirel (Tirell). 

J. (Henry) Cambes. 

Gabriel Brassard. 

Peter Hervot. 

Jean Brasseley (Brassalay). 

James Hervot. 

Jean Gardes (Gardes). 

[The mark of] Andrew D’averdine (Andreas 
de Vurdun). 

[The mark of] Peter Masson (Messan). 
Nicholas Bertran. 

Jacob de Bonnaire. 

[The mark of] John Vache. 

Isaac Wassellart. 

Samuel Maron (Macon). 

Louis Francois Manche. 



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(1709) 



SKIN 



Gabriel Doublet. 

David Gilbert (Gilert). 
Postre (Petrus) Laval. 
Daniel Marchand. 

John Sabatier. 

Francis Oliver Eschaquet. 
Petre Neel. 

Andre Verge (Verges). 

Pierre Beauchaigne. 

James Reynes. 

Isaac Bel Isle (de l’Isle). 
Isaac Rivalland. 

Gideon Dufau. 

Joseph Empayta. 

Peter Boyer. 

Salomon Larrat. 

James Cridelauze. 

Baltazar Gardemau. 

Peter Gervais. 

Peter Fabre. 

Henry Nadauld (Naudauld). 
William Martin. 



Die Veneris proximo post crastinam Sanctae Trinitatis 
(■ viii Anne ) 

Isaac Allonneau. 

James le Conte. 

Peter Mironde (Mirande). 

John Deffray. 

Isaac le Jay. 

Daniel Louis (Lewis). 

Charles D’Agar. 

Daniel Chausse. 

Elias Dubois. 

Francois Chausse. 

Pierre Yo . . (Yon). 

Peter Brunet. 

Petter Fouquet. 

Dennis (Denis) Helot. 

Peter Nodo. 

Jacque Berthe Lene (Jacobus Berthezene). 
Isaac Bourdeau. 

Jean du Verger. 

Jean Yon. 

Jean Francois Beauvais. 

Vincent Brinboeuf. 

Jacob Benoit, 



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(1709) 



Joseph Benoit. 

Peter Lesterlu. 

Jacob Couche. 

Isaac Cottet. 

Die Lune proximo post octavas Sanctae Trinitatis. 

James Deme Dys (Demedys). 

Louis Demeray. 

Samuel Leschallas. 

James Cadet. 

John Deliquet. 

Jacob Barbot. 

James Cadet junr. 

Pierre Margot. 

Jean Parquot sen. (Parquot). 

John Favre. 

John Gattineau. 

James Bernardeauld (Bernardeau). 
Paul Roullet (Rowlet). 

Jacques Dauois (Davois). 

Petre Bernard (Bernand). 

Peter Serre. 

Rene Roullaud. 

John Roullaud. 

Abraham Fleury. 

Samuel Dutot. 

Jacques Pougineau (Pougneau). 

Michel Bidet. 

David Puffis (Ruffis). 

Jacob Neelz. 

The mark of James Pullar (Peullar). 
John ?South ( ?Smith). 

Samuel Goupil. 

Thomas Henne (Hemet). 

James Fossey. 

Laurence Vandevelde. 

Ger . . .? Ban (Gerrard [blank]). 

Daniel Cauche (Bauche). 

Allard van Dike. 

Jan de Mare. 

John Houthousen (Houthyusen). 

* Adrien Hemel (Hemet). 

Francis Rich. 

William Barlimier. 

John Bomer. 

Peter Miller. 

Nicolays Fryer. 

Gerrard ?Bovyill (Bovey). 

Nicolaus Schultz. 



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(1709) Henry Mineke. 

Martin Fridenberg. 

Abraham de Lahaize. 

Enoc Marsylac. 

Abraham Hatanville. 

Isaac Pinot. 

Joseph Bacon. 

Louis Desormeaux. 

Peter Cabille. 

John Courchay (Courchey). 

John Cabille. 

Henri Jonquiers (Tonquier). 

Isaac Menche. 

[The mark of] John Busque. 

[The mark of] Peter Transillien. 

Gille Samain. 

Joseph Marseille. 

[The mark of] Daniel Durand. 

Zacharie Camu. 

[The mark of] Paul Barbie. 

[The mark of] Peter Tourtain (Trontin). 
Pierre Texier (Tessier). 

SKIN 6. 

Adhuc die Lune p. p. Oct. See. Trin. 

Francois Ruaux (Rieaux). 

Jean Richier. 

John Peze. 

Mathurin (Marthurin) Gastineau. 

Peter Rivaut. 

Adrien Bouvet. 

Abraham Perraudin. 

Matthieu Perraudin. 

Francis Legnat. 

Pierre Rivaut. 

Isaac Rochay. 

Isaac Lepine. 

Peter Lardaut. 

Francis Gascherye. 

Thomas Laine (Layne). 

Stephen Heloin. 

Ester Richier. 

Daniel de Troy. 

The mark of Jean le doux. 

Petre Corniquet. 

Philips Cace. 

Francis Grudee. 

Abraham Caillot (Cailot). 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1709) Madelien Obema (Magdalen Hobbema). 

John Favero. 

Elisee (Elisha) Chupain. 

Matthieeu Faure (Favr’). 

Daniel Gosset. 

Melchisedech Gosset. 

Isaac le play. 

Jesse paroissien. 

Samuel Sento (Senton). 

Peter Verstelle (Verscelle). 

The mark of John Lacourt. 

SUSANNE LUBIAS. 

James Pain (Paine). 

David Pain (Paine). 

Henry fun toone (Funtoone). 

Henri Guerard. 

DORSO OF SKIN 6. 

Adhuc die Lune p. p. Oct. See. Trin. 

Mathieu Gosset. 

Samuel Thuriott (Thuriot). 

John Mollet. 

David Lemarchand. 

Robert Becquet (Bequet). 

Mychel Remy. 

Isaac Peneux. 

Michel Louis Hanet. 

Isaac Cam peart (Cam part). 

Francois Vaillant. 

Daniel Remy. 

Isaac Roussel. 

Daniel Baudemont. 

Peter Dede. 

John Marchant. 

Abraham Le Conte. 

Jean de la Baurde. 

John Gardien. 

John le bailly (Baylly). 

Isaac Dede. 

Piere Jolly. 

Piter Hebert. 

Pierre le Moine. 

Isaac Julien. 

Die Jovis proximo post octabas Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Peter Euldes de Nipiville (Nipeville). 
Jean Fleuriet. 

James Ouvry. 

James Bataille. 



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OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1709) 



SKIN 



Elisabet Dufour alias Beaufils. 
Peter Luce. 

Jean Russy. 

Isaac Pirou. 

Jean leveque. 

James Russy. 

David Minuel. 

John Chevillard. 

[The jyjark of] Jean Piter Joly. 
Peter Martin. 

Nicholas le pelletier (Pellitier). 
Peter Le Sage. 

Jean Pigne. 

Stephen Le Monnier. 

Edmond Clapot. 

Anne Grubb. 

Jean Auber. 

Daniel Ancelin. 

Jacob Brun. 

J. Gamorey (James Gamory). 

. The mark of John Symon. 

Jaque Nicolat (Nicholas). 

Paul Michaux (Micheaux). 

Jacob poitevin la fon. 

Salomon Orliquet. 

Rachel Auber. 



7 * 

Adhuc die Jovis p.p. Oct. See. Trin. 

Jh. Merle (Johannes Merle). 

James Le Monnier. 

Pierre Viel. 

Francis Julien. 

James Rochay. 

James Godin. 

John Calmel. 

John Germond. 

Andr Allion. 

Francois Hervieu. 

Peter Vilbar. 

Isaac Conyer. 

Steeven Durand. 

Abraham Blanchard. 

Peter Le Blond (Blonc). 

Thomas Ravenell. 

Charles lecerf. 

Josias Blanchard allius [alias] Servaniere 
(Servanier). 



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SKIN 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 87 

Pierre Gebert. 

Daniel Famet (Hamet). 

Henri de voux (Desvaux). 

Marie Vatier. 

Marie Here (Hero). 

Samuel Robert. 

S. (Sampson) Baucher. 

Peter Lortie. 

Jaque Roy. 

Jean Buteux. 

Jean Deplanches. 

Jaine (Johanna) Pastre. 

Mathieu Basemont (Bassemont). 

G. (Gabriel) Grellier (Grelier). 

Samuel Robert. 

David Chapellier. 

Esaye Domont (Dumont). 

James Regnier. 



Adhuc die Jovis p.p. Oct. See. Trin. 

Guillaume Bazire. 

Abraham Gosset. 

The mark of Gabriel Owby (Aube). 

John Guichardiere. 

Guillaume Prevost. 

John Douiltier (Dovillier). 

Francis Aymez (Eymes). 

Charles lagase. 

Richard Regnard. 

Pierre Herihe (Heriche). 

Jacque Beune. 

Simon Decharnes (De charmes). 

James Tanqueray. 

Jean Cordet (Cordes). 

Abraham Latourte. 

Jacob frideric Collomby. 

William Gudgin. 

Mathew Delamare. 

Peter Aumounier. 

Catherine Allet (Alles). 

Jaques Courche. 

John Rambonnet. 

Peter Parpait. 

Stener (Stephanus) fermignai (Fermignas). 
Nicolas Lambett (Lambert). 

Jean Viton. 

Jams Bouvar. 



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Pierre Baurin (Beaurin). 

Jozuos (Joshua) des Mortier. 

Daniel Gaudin. 

James Bourgevin. 

Claude Larmet. 

Die Lune proximo post quindenam Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Anthoine Chanson. 

Paul Hartman. 

Francis Martin is mark. 

Henry palais. 

John Pomarede (Pomerade). 

Jean Ruffe. 

Gilles (Johannes) Bigot. 

Andre Poupard. 

William Bascoul. 

Daniel Isnel (Isenel). 

James Onfrey. 

D. (Daniel) Bertrand. 

Abraham Malfuson. 

Adriaen de Milde ( ? Meld. . .). 

Henry Henry. 

Francis La farge. 

Benjamin Sebire (Sibere). 

Jean Delubac. 

Thomas Faache [his mark] (Fache). 

Jean Onfrey. 

Daniel Chrieten [?Chinten] (Chestien). 
Alexis Biroleau. 

Pierre paisant. 

Jean Guymard (Guimard). 

Scipion Dalbiac (Delbiac). 

Theopile Degumin. 

Jean Lolin. 

Daniel Rivet. 

Marie Froger. 

Andrew du Mas his Mark. 

Henry Osterloh. 

Jacob Attkinson. 

Andrew Selcken (Setcken). 

IIabert Demon Hill. 

Antoine Poche. 

Peter Demon Hill. 

Michel Le Marchand. 

Jacob Bocquet. 

Jean Tirau (?Trio). 

Pierre Loiseau. 

Peter de monseav (demonseau). 

Jonas Hanrot (Hanrott). 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1709) Mary Magdalen Quoitt. 

Maxllian (Maximillian) Gerrard. 

Jean Huet. 

E. (Elizabeth) Guis. 

The mark of Abr Bouquet (Abrahamus 
Bocquet). 

Marie Seguret. 



SKIN No. 9. 

Adhuc die Lune p.p. quid. See. Trin. 

Christia Farster (Christian Forster). 
Mathew Arnold. 

James Freeke. 

Christian Hamburge. 

James bataille. 

Peter bataille. 

Clement Paillet. 

Jacob Lohmann (Lowman). 

Henry Mozes (Moses). 

Pierre Reboul. 

Mathieu Lys. 

Bernard Pomarde (Pomerade). 

Fransois Merceron. 

Mathieu Aubery. 

Peter Bardon. 

John Anthony Rouph (Roulph). 

Daniel Fleury (Fleurey). 

Francois Arm and. 

Peter Poupard. 

Paul Galabin. 

Joseph Galabin. 

Marin Poupinel. 

John Gayot ( ? Gayet). 

Francis Mariette junior. 

Estienne Marie. 

Salomon Gilles. 

Sacomon Bouche. 

Jean touard. 

Peter King. 

Pierre Gilbert. 

A. G. Duperron (...Gerard Dupernon). 
M. (Maria) Boyer. 

Marie Girardot Reau (Marie Reau). 

A. E. Reau (Ann Eliza Reau). 

Mi. Reau (Michael Reau). 

Mary Martha Froger. 

Elisabeth froger. 

Pierre Poullard. 



90 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1709) Francis Asselinne. 

John Pillon (Pilon sen). 

Jean Senecal. 

John Pillon his mark (Johes Pilon JUn). 
Andrew Shawell. 

Jean Recher. 

Jean Jaque Mazel (Masell). 

John Abraham Werneberg. 

Zacharias Luard. 

Anthoine Margaret. 

Ester lapro. 

Jacob Cailleau. 

SKIN No. 10. 

Adhuc die Lune p.p. quin. See. Trin. 

Piere (Peter) Michel. 

Etienne Vanier. 

Jean Val (Vane). 

John Mestier. 

Pierre Aumosnier. 

P. (Petrus) le Cornu. 

James Filhon. 

Peter Lambert. 

Peer le Fevre (Petrus Lefeure). 

Henry Boisset. 

Abraham David. 

Pierre Baillif (Beillif). 

Peter le clerc. 

Alexandre Tillman. 

Daniel Delessars. 

John Delaune. 

L. (Ludovicus) Moinot. 

John Mesnard. 

Michel Cailleux. 

Peter Boissier. 

Andrew Paisant. 

Peter Boeuin (Boevin). 

Rene Grenou. 

Abraham Boiteux. 

Jan (Johannes) Fouach. 

Rene Dusaud. 

Charle Duboc. 

David Bourceau. 

John Malgrange. 

Isaac doucet (Dousset). 

Christoff Es ( ?) Graffenriedt (de Graffen- 
ried). 

J. (John) Counor. 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



91 



(1709) Andre Marsau (Marceau). 

Daniel asand (Ausand). 

John De lafons. 

John Rocque (Rocques). 

Oliver Nourichell. 

Jems (Jacobus) Bibal. 

Marguerite Seizier (Serizier). 

Nicolas le febure. 

James Varle his mark. 

John Aubert. 

Pierre Deliot his mark. 

Michele Deliot. 

James au(?) Mesurer (Jacobus Mesurer). 
David Dagardin. 

Jaque honore. 

Henry Hess (Hesse). 

Andre Manfujou (Monfaiou) his mark. 
Jacob Marmoy. 

Die Jovis proximo post quindenam Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Richard Byfield. 

Isaac Gaynon. 

Abraham Govdar (Goudard). 

Daniel Uolan (Wallan) his mark. 

Andre Manfajou (Monfaiou) his mark. 

» Philipe Beranger. 

Simon Bagnal. 

Jac (Jacobus) Thebaut. 

Abraham Commenge. 

Peter Poyenne. 

Isaac fournier. 

Guillaume Lucas. 

Fransois Marioge. 

Nicolas Carriere. 

Isaac Tarot. 

Jean Gerval. 

Samuel Esteve. 

Marie Esteve. 

Jean Plantier. 

Peter Noorthouck (Noorthcock). 

Peter van Niewenhuysen (Newenhuysen). 
Antonij Braamhorse. 

Peter Woodencomb. 

Gerrit (Gerrard) Luryn (Lureyn). 

John Moone. 

Harman (Herman) van heerde. 

SKIN No. 11. 

(. Adhus die Jovis p.p. quind. See. Trin.). 

Francis Neale. 



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OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



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SKIN 



SUSANNE NOGUIER (NOGUIRE). 

Bernadine Counreu ? (Couner). 

William Senecal. 

Charle Ouvry. 

AnTAOINE BETH (BOTH). 

Anthony Blense [his mark]. 

Philipe Decodin. 

Thomas M arouse. 

Hubard (Hubert) Werkin [his mark]. 
Roland Valie [his mark] 

Noe Prou. 

Noe Cannen. 

John Anthony Crette. 

Petre (Petrus) Dumon. 

Danl. Rabache. 

James Durand. 

No. 12. 

(Adhuc die Jovis p.p. quind. See. Trin.). 

Jean le faux. 

Andre le faux. 

Pierre Bernard. 

Isaac Very. 

James Monbeuil (Monbevil). 

James Monbeuill junior (Monbevil). 

John Dugars. 

Isaac Grenier. 

PlERE LAFAGE. 

Anthony Guyen his mark. 

Daniel Brysett (Bryset). 

Esaie Parize. 

Peter Bichot. 

Peter Julien. 

Peter Arabin Champars. 

Stephen Julien. 

Die Lune proximo post Ires septimanas Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Peter Vieux. 

Jean Glenisson. 

John Clayhills. 

Laur (Laurent) Boutillier. 

Gottfried Weiss (Wyese). 

Helie (Elias) Chaille (Chaillet). 

Marc Francois rouby. 

John Christian Bottger. 

John Coughen. 

Jane Sterpin. 

Louis Fury. 

Francis Chevallier. 

David Fesquet. 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



93 



SKIN No. 13. 

( Adhuc die Lune p.p. tres. sept. See. Trin.) 

(1709) John Rymers. 

Godfrey Wittich. 

Abraham Henneken. 

A. M. petit Dunoyer (Anne Margaret Petit). 
Isaac De lavoute (delavot). 

John Leige (Liege). 

Magdelen Jollyvet (Jolyvet). 

Abel Brunyer. 

John Dolere. 

SKIN No. 14. 

( Adhuc die Lune p.p. tres sept. See. Trin.) 

Isaac Prestreau. 

James Mallide (Mallede). 

Alain Lavalade. 

Isaac Guion. 

John Latanet (Latane). 

John Adam Clark (Clarke). 

Paul Lorrain. 

Leonard Knyff. 

Francois Le Moyne (Moine). 

James Le febure his mark. 

Thomas Leiger his mark. 

Die Mercurii proximo post tres septimanas Sanctae Trini- 
tatis. 

Jean Deuponts (Dupont). 

Anthoine Dombres (Dombes). 

John (Jean) Fouchet. (Signature completed for 
him by a different hand). 

(John) Henry Deckhard (Deckhart), 

Henry Ros. 

John Wiltfank ( Wilts ank). 

John Braun. 

Johann Christian Hahn (Hahne). 

Walter Arents. 

Daniel van Hooren (Hoorn). 

Melichior Wagner. 

SKIN 15. 

Die Lune proximo post octabas Sancti Hilarii. 

James Dibon. 

Jaque Devaux. 

Die Jovis proximo post octabas Sancti HilaPii. 

Jean Francois Jandin. 

John Lions (Lyons). 

John Antony Eynarp, 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 

James Peyrot. 

Elizebeth Hersan (Hersant). 

Marie Catherine Hersant. 

John Maintru. 

John Bonabel. 

Jacobus Aimant. (This name occurs only in the 
duplicate Latin roll). 

Heinrich Bey (Henricus Beys). 

John Maximilian Del’ Angle (Delangle). 
DUPLICATE (LATIN) ROLL : SKIN No. 5. (The original roll 
of signatures for this duplicate roll does not exist.) 

(1710) Die Mercurii proximo post quindenam Paschae \x Anne. 

Court Walkeling. 

David Field. 

Georgius de Haen. 

Die Jovis proximo post quindenam Paschae. 

Jacobus Soyer. 

Thomas Bertraut. 

Petrus Charm. 

Jacobus Cordes. 

Jacobus la deveze. 

Daniel Chemina. 

Die Lune proximo post tres septimanas Paschae. 

Lambert de Grave. 

Die Jovis proximo post tres septimanas Paschae. 

Johannes Pertal. 

Die Lune proximo post mensam Paschae. 

Albert Borgard. 

Jacobus Belauger. 

Isaac luques. 

Petrus Chabot. 

Esaias Emanuel Ritz. 

Die Jovis proximo post quindenam [sic? for quinque sep- 
timanas~\ Paschae. 

Mathias Woodyard. 

Die Lune proximo post crastinam Acsensionis Domini. 

Petrus Foubert. 

Joh[ann]es van Collema. 

Anna van Collema. 

Jacobus C'harbonnau. 

DUPLICA 1 E ROLL : SKIN No. 6. [Original roll non-existent 
as above]. 

Trinity ix Anne. 

Die Lune proximo post octabas Sanciae Trinitatis. 

Noah Raoul. 

Johannes Garnier. 

Petrus de la Tour. 

Petrus Auard. 



94 

(1709) 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



95 



(1710) Franciscus Pousset. 

Die Lune proximo post quindenam Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Georgius Boscher. 

Allard de la Court. 

Die Lune proximo post tres septimanas Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Joh[ann]es Xexes. 

Hendrich Busch. 

Andreus Audemar. 

David Olaguier. 

ORIGINAL ROLL: SKIN 16. 

Die Lune proximo post tres septimanas Sancti Michaelis. 

A. (Andreus) Lortie. 

Peter Tall (Talle). 

Adriaan Broeders (Brocders). 

Mary Aubin. 

Daniel Mages (Mager). 

Peter Bernin. 

Alexander Cuchet. 

[ ? THE MARK OF] LOUIS LUCAS. 

Jaque Quenel. 

Georg Grelle (Crelle). 

Die Lune proximo post mensem Sancti Michaelis. 

Gab (Gabriel) Auboineau. 

James Chatellier. 

Elie Bouynau (Bouyneau). 

James Fruschard junr. 

Die Lime proximo post crastinam Aniamrum. 

Charles Janvre de La Bouchetiere. 

Abel Pelissier (Pellissier). 

Alexandre Lion. 

Jean Papot. 

Step (Stephanus) Russell. 

Andrew Malie (Mailie). 

J. (Johannes) Pujolas. 

Salomon (Solomon) Meljac (Meliac). 

John de Montigny. 

The mark of Elizabeth Boutecourt. 

Die Jovis proximo post crastinam Animarum. 

John Fraass (Fraasse). 

Herman Cooper. 

Jacob Schelten (Schelton). 

John Keck. 

Henry Strattoun. 

Albert Pavels (Pauels). 

Aaron Peters. 

John Macaire. 

Samuel Desmaizeaux, 



96 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1710) Nicolas Struik (Struck). 

Jacob Borgwall. 

Niclas Sallan (Sallau). 

John Desclaux. 

Die Lune proximo post crastinam Sancti Martini. 

Daniel Laurans (Lawrence). 

Johan Friedrig Guting (Johannes Fridius 
Giting). 

Die Jovis proximo post octabas Sancti Martini. 

Gunder Berg. 

Peter Collett. 

Gunder Erickson. 

Hans Gronberg. 



SKIN No. 17. 

Die Martis proximo post Octavas Sancti Hilarii \ix Anne~\. 

Mary Massac de Landes. 

Peter Prat. 

Barent Schimmelpennink. 

John Lamude. 

James Castaignet (Castagnos). 

John George Hugk. 

Philippe De Visme. 

Mary Beveridge. 

Israel Antony Aufrere. 

Mary Jaquin. 

Jacob Lioux. 

Rose de Baricave. 

Jonas Lym (Leeme). 

Guy de Lallert (la Court). 

Philipe Chabaudi. 

Jenie Jullion (Jana Julien). 

Petr De L ’Angle. 

Jean Merignac. 

Stephen Lagrange. 

Jean Coules. 

Jacques de St. Pierre. 

Louis Guyon. 

Paul Marchant. 

Charles St. Maurice. 

Francois Deloziere. 

Claudieus (Claudius) Arnaud. 

Peter Surel. 

John Celeries. 

Jean Fridry (Frederick) Conte. 

Matth Vallete (Vallette). 

Bastus Vredenburgh. 

Peter Joumard, 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



97 



(1710) John Lapie (Lapidi). 

Pierre Platel. 

Jean Le marre (Lemair). 

Jeanne Julien (Johannes Julion). 

Marie Julie Paul. 

Judith Paul. 

Elizabeth La Plaigne. 

Marie Lapie. 

Anne Marie Lapie. 

Charles Legg. 

Nicolas la Roque. 

Jo(annes) Ja(cobus) Granon. 

William Portal. 

Die Jovis proximo post octabas Sancti Hilarii. 

Hester douxsaint. 

Mary Sarrazin. 

Joseph De Lamott (de la Motte). 

Abraham Hayne. 

Jacques Hue. 

Francis Miaviel ( ?Miarriel). 

Madelne de lache nay (Lachenay). 

Louis Lasserre. 

Stephen Desvaux (Desvaure) Michel. 
Elizabeth Turst. 

Anne Prety (Perrey). 

Thomas Turst. 

. . . (illegible) (Ph[ilipp]us Olivier). 

George Andrew Ruperti. 

Dorothea Maria Ruperti. 

Isaac Bleiberg. 

Jams (Jacobus) Des Lauriers. 

James Corbiere. 

Magdelinne Rude. 

Mary Tuisia de Savary (Maria Tausia Savary). 
Darius Palavicin. 
louise Elizabet Hubert. 

Rachel Galand. 

Samuel Couilliard. 

James le fanu. 

Charles Amyaud. 



SKIN No. 18. 

Adhuc die Jovis p.p. oct. Sci. Hil. 

James Pitan. 

Peter Pitan. 

John Menaget (Meneget). 
John Livre his mark. 
Julian Bire. 



U 



98 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1710) John Grandau. 

Louis Martineau. 

Henry Bodker. 

John Simon. 

Paull Pelegrin. 

Mathias Enderup. 

Antoni van Ombringh. 

Jacob de La Motte Blagny. 

Paul Compaigne (Complaigne). 

Henry van Duren. 

Louis Corbette. 

Peter Francis Bellamy. 

Peter Simon. 

Augustin Couillard. 

John Rickman. 

John Conrad Reus. 

Andrew Marchant. 

Mari de la Chinay. 

John Le Rouille. 

Leuieuxe (Laurentz Levieux). 

John Simon Coullaird. 

Johan Claveris. 

Andrew Delalonde Tostain. 

Louise (Ludovicus) Hubert Narbone. 
Fransoise de lalonde Tostain. 
Desete Des Bordes. 
bennet (Hester Deborea Bennet). 

Die Lune proxi post quindenam Sancti Hilarii. 

Barend Munts. 

Salomon Delagrange. 

WlLLAM BrOUSSES (BOUSSET). 

Paul Charron. 

Mark Anthony de Loches. 

John Friederich Zierenberg. 

Peter Bert. 

Catarine Pousset. 

Daniel Haine. 

Margueritte geardon. 

Catherine Vaslet (Varlett). 

FRANCOISE DE BREUON (BrEVEN). 

James Tuquet. 

Robert Trezain. 

James Caillotte. 

Elizabe (Eliza) Molianer. 

Leonard Renaud. 

Jean Robert Fabrot. 

Madelene Roussi. 

Anne Cabibel, 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



99 



(1710) Peter Chastellier. 

Louis Cheron. 

Elisabeth (Eliza) de Malboys. 

Peter Des Maizeaux. 

Anne Mar . . . (Martin). 

Jean Recend. 

Louise (Ludovicus) Roussy. 

Suzanne Gole. 

P. (Ph[illip]us) Beranger. 

Francis Allard. 

Catherine Powell. 

Cornelius Gole. 

Lous (Ludovicus) Henri. 

Benjn. Demeherene De la Conseillere. 
Bernard Holzhalb. 

Judith Thibaut. 

Jane Primrose. 

Silvia Marchegay. 

Peter Longueville. 

James Mariette. 

Henry Tinback. 

Jemie Jarrofoy (Heremias Gerofrey). 

Paul de Moulin. 

Mary Basmeny (Basmenet). 

SKIN No. 19. 

Adhuc die Lune p.p. quind Sci. Hil. 

Mary Carl. 

Susanna des Clouseaux. 

Mary de Thory (Maria Thory). 

Magdalen Moncal. 

Elizabeth Sixt Dalem ( Dolam). 

Marie (Susanna de) St. leger bacalan. 

John dela vallade grande (Grandee). 

Daniel Crohare [ ? Croharill] (Crohare). 
Nicholas Fallet. 

Daniel Jenuret (Janvret). 

Matthieu Vanloue (Vanlove). 

Daniel Paillet. 

Estienne (Hester) Girard. 

Barthelemy De Lafosse (de la fosse). 

Adam Hersot [ ? Hersout] (Adamus Hersaud). 
Alexandre Duroure des bonnaux (Alexandrus 
du Roure Desbonneaux). 

Anne Bouuott (Bouvot). 

William Nortloo. 

Alexandre Labrille (Labeille). 

David Le Quesne. 



100 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



(1710) Jacob Le (La) Pinasse. 

Peter Malmazet. 

Renee gratian. 

Anne Barbot. 

Madeleine Chamier (Chamer). 

Judy (Juditha) Burjaud. 

Jean (Johannes) Luneau. 

Andrew Mollit. 

Jeanne (Johannes) de Crouay (Crovay). 
Anne Vannier (Vanier). 

FRANCIS GUITEAU. 

Jaques Martin. 

Mari fransoize Goullard. 

Judith de pierrepont (Pierrepons). 

Marie de there de blagny. 

FRANCIS CALANDRIN (CALADRINS). 

HELENE DE CHARMES. 

Die Jovis proximo post quindenam Sancti Hilarii. 

Adryan van Brouck (Bruik). 

Alexander Bortaut (Bertaut). 

Peter Couche. 

Francois Carrier. 

HENRIESTE (HENRIESTO) DE LA BRETONNIERE. 
Eliz Salenaue (Salenave). 

Helene de Marancin. 

John Blanchard. 

Pe[te]r fermignac. 

Magdalene Dusour. 

John Stien (Stephanus) Testart. 
Abraham Devaux. 

John Blanchard, junior. 

Louis Laiden. 

James Gandon. 

Madeleine M ainard. 

I. B. (Jonas Belton). 

Louis Metayer. 

James Orell (Orelle). 

Peter Amiot. 



SKIN No. 20. 

Adhuc die Jovis p.p. quinden. Sci. Hil. 

Denys De la Place. 

Moses De la haize. 

Peter Pessew. 

Mary Brunet. 

Madelene benbeuf (Brinbeuf). 
Daniel Larchevesque. 

James Chabane. 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



101 



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Janne (Johannes) Bourdeau. 

John Hebert. 

John Goullard. 

David Picard. 

Jane (Johannes) Spatzirgangerin. 

Jean Arland. 

James Prelleur. 

James Paou. 

John Brus. 

James Compigne. 

Estienne (Hester) Girod. 

Die Lune proximo post crastinam purificationis beatae 
Mariae Virginis. 

Mary Coutris. 

Joh. (Johannes) Pepin. 

Richard blackman. 

Isaac Miranda. 

James Bruno Wigers. 

Ann (Anna) Boucher. 

Jone (Johannes) Bara. 

Sybrandt De Groos. 

Maximilian Misson. 

Paul Nissolet. 

John Henry Moll. 

Matheu Jounacet. 

Crispin Wissell. 

Hnry (Henricus) Preunier. 

Madelaine DU ROUILLE. 

Carsten Paulsen. 

Louise (Ludovicus) du rouille. 

Marie Mar (Mars). 

Henry Siekman (Sickman). 

Frescarod (Johannes Frescarode). 

John Gossier. 

Wm. Amsinck. 

Jean Mallandain. 

Pierre Rapiot. 

Andre Peraulle (Peyrault). 

Daniel Gossier. 

Louis Addee. 

Susenne (Susanna) Coupe. 

BOQUET MADELAIN [ ? HER MARK]. 

Marianne (Maria Anna) Viet. 

Eslisabet (Eliza) de la neufuemaisone. 

M. Pechier (Maria Pocher). 

Hery de Ste Colome (Henricus de St. Colone). 
Abraham de la haize. 

Mary Hebert. 

Ann Martin. 



OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 

Wame (Willelmus) Jourdain. 

Anne Mailerd (Maillarde). 

James Isaac Cuchet. 

J. James Du Puy (Johannes Jacobus dupuy). 

Noah Girard. 

Dauphine Samson. 

Jane Faure. 

Annibal Angelras. 

Elizabeth Roussy. 

Francis Roussy. (This name does not appear 
in the duplicate roll.) 

Magdalen Pellissier. 

Mary de baufre (Debaufre). 

John Noble. 

John Williams. 

Ann buriau (Bureau). 

Francis Williams. 

Mary Langelier. 

Elisabet den (probably de altered to du) bois 
(Dubois). 

Charle Antoine Patenostre. 

SKIN No. 21. 

Adhuc die Lune p.p. eras. B. M. V. 

Dina Dufresnay. 

C. (Cesar) Bonnin [? Bounin]. 

Arnold de Grave. 

Frances (Francisca) Motet. 

John Christian Jacobi. 

Salomon Bleckman. 

Jane Gaussen. 

Ester (Hester) la fargue. 

Lucy Motet. 

. Claudis (Claudius) Turmeau (Thurmeau). 

Paul Epply. 

Anne Baynoux (Baignoux). 

Elisabeth Rabashe (Rabash). 

Baptist Dupr£. 

Peter David. 

Joel Dragauld. 

Peter le Chouabe. 

John Angell. 

Malchisedec Girard. 

Jan Jacque Pommier (Pomier). 

Daniel Casso. 

Daniel Perot (Perrot). 

David de .St. Andre (Andree). 

Christoffer Berg. 

Margaret Mercier (her mark). 



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103 



(1710) John Vitrac. 

Thomas Thibault. 

Meartha (Martha) Sauret. 

Moses Beranger. 

Gabriel Dufour. 

James Barle. 

Bernard Moussempez. 

Pierre Calmel. 

Hester Alvarez. 

SuSANNE NaRBONNE DE LA CROUZE. 

Claude Lacaux. 

M [the mark of] Isabella Alvarez. 

Martha Lefebure. 

Marianne Lavalade. 

Sara Martin. 

John Ernest Galliard. 

James Sievers. 

Rene Treillet (Feillet). 

Daniel Mercier. 

J. (Johannes) Lavet. 

David le Sueur. 

Catherine de St. Julien. 

Marie Ann Bernard. 

Melchior Eckert (Eckart). 

SKIN No. 22. 

Adhuc die Lune p.p. eras. B. M. V . 

Ann Susanna Geneves. 

Judith Clerembault (Clarembault). 

Jane Antoinete Geneves. 

Mary Coutris. 

Charle Dupre. 

Daniel Gayott. 

Isaac Viridet. 

James Valette. 

Jacob Destinou. 

Henry Beisselaer. 

J. (Johannes) Morisseau. 

Fransois Jacquet. 

Hendrick Beisselaer (Bersselaer). 

Francois gaetinaux (Gatineau). 

Peter Russy. 

Lewis Durant. 

Daniel Michoux (Michaux). 

John Fanet. 

P. Villemandy (Jacobus Petrus de Villemandy). 
Daniel Le Duchat. 

Jeremie Buisset. 



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('7io) 



Guillaume Bouilly. 

Pe. (Petrus) Mirande. 

Jean Champagne. 

Jacob Lavenne. 

Nicolas Guillibau. 

Benjamin Bobert. 

Petter Derignee. 

Charles Quesnel. 

Michael Miskee. 

Salomon le Marchand [ ? his mark]. 

PlTTER LE Roux [ ? HIS MARK]. 

Louis Bouche. 

Petter fillion. 

Charles Casting. 

John James Panikew (Panekaw). 

Ernest William Pauli. 

Mary Baschard. 

SUSANNE DU PONT. 

Madelaine Marye. 

Gabriel Riven (Revene). 

J. (Johannes) Latour. 

Antoine Revergaz (Revergat). 

Catherine Marye. 

Magdelaine Marie. 

Jean Guesnard. 

Nicholas Villeneau. 

Die Jovis proximo post crastinam purificationis Beatae 
Mariae Virginis. 

John Arnold, 

Augustin Christ(ian) Bornman. 

Abr (Abr[aham]us) Cyprianus. 

John Grandidier. 

Philipe de graves. 

Estienne (Hester) Malard. 

FRANCOIS MALARD. 

Isaac De la jaille. 

John Holling. 

Peter Dragauld. 

FRANCOIS BARBUT (BaRBAT). 

Jean Vernet. 

Jacque Pellisser (Pellissier). 

Jaques Lavigne. 

Jaques Poumarde (Pomaride). 

Heynryick (Henricus) Semler. 

Francis baline (Balinier). 

I sac Planques. 

Francis Reilheso. 

Stephen Poinson. 



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(1710) The mark of Janne (Johannes) Dubary (du 

Bray). 

The mark of Clement Squirol. 

Marie Baucq (Bacq). 

Paule Jarlan (Jarland). 

Marianne Chamier. 

Mary Levi. 

James Levi. 

Eliz De lasagerye. 

Jean Garnier. 

Mary Petit. 

SKIN No. 23. 

Adhuc die Jovis p.p. eras. pur. B. M. V. 

Catherine Laroche (not in duplicate roll). 

Anth (Antonius) Fouzes. 

Peter Prat. 

Giles Taypil. 

Anne Prevost. 

Isaak van den helm. 

John hoefnagel. 

Peter Bergeau. 

John Faure. 

Pitte (Petrus) Duclou. 

David Guirard. 

Peter Gaist (Gayt). 

James Dulon. 

Lewis Bonnet. 

Peter Sauze. 

Daniel alavoine. 

Jhon Guirard. 

Peter Mounier. 

Ambroise Pointiar (Pointier). 

Peter Mounicat. 

Peter Le Blond. 

Estienn Fucsolle (Hester Foucsolle). 

Jean Capon. 

Isaac Sauze. 

Michel Charles le Cene. 

Ab . . (Abram) Merignac. 

Isaac Levy. 

John Fanjaux. 

Pierre Martin. 

SUSANNES CARIERRE (CARRIERE). 

Die Lune proximo post octavas purificationis Beatae 
Mariae Virginis. 

ix Anne. 



No names. 



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OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



DUPLICATE LATIN ROLL : SKIN No. io. 

Paschue decimo anno Regine. 

( 1 7 1 1 ) Die Jovis proximo post qumdenam Paschue. 

Hendrick Coele. 

Phenix Hurgrome. 

Petrus Brodeau. 

Die Jovis proximo post tres septimanas Sancti Michaelis 
[sic probably a clerical error for Paschae]. 
Joh[ann]es Noed Orville. 

Joh[ann]es Muller. 

Joh[aNN]eS LEONARD D’ORVILLE. 

Die Lune proximo post mensem Paschae. 

Daniel Paillet. 

Elias Arnaud. 

Jacobus Jouet. 

Die Lune proximo post quinque septimanas Paschae. 
Christianus Cornelinson. 

Christianus Jockim Dick. 

DUPLICATE ROLL: SKIN No. n. 

Trinity X anno Regine. 

Die Lune proximo post octabas Sanctae Trinitatis. 

Gedeon de Fouuiliane. 

Franciscus Maiou. 

Claudius Aubert. 

Die Jovis proximo post octabas Sanctae Trinitatis. 
Joh[ann]es Boulew. 

Michael Malard. 

DUPLICATE ROLL : SKIN No. 12. 

Michaelmas X anno Regine. 

Die Martis proximo post tres septimanas Sancti Michaelis 
anno X Anne Regine. 

Gabriel du Quesne. 

Joh[ann]es Ludovicus Puech. 

Petrus Morgatt. 

Henr Bisson. 

David Gotier. 

Die Lune proximo post crastinam Sancti Martini. 
Joh[ann]es Quellout. 

Abr[aham]us Japin. 

Die Lune proximo post octabas Sancti Martini. 

Isaacus Oliew. 

Die Jovis proximo post octabas Sancti Martini. 

Adriana Verelst. 

Joh[ann]es Verelst. 

Die Lune proximo post quindenam Sancti Martini. 

Scipio Duroure. 



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( 1 7 1 1 ) Petrus Toutsaint. 

Jeanjacques lavadalle Esperon. 

Joh[ann]es Smith. 

ORIGINALL ROLL SKIN No. 24. 

Hilary X Anne Regine. 

Die Mercurii proximo post octabas Sancti Hilarii. 

John Sagittarie (Sagittaire). 

And (Andreas) Dittmar. 

Alexander Rosenquist. 

Die Lune proximo post quindenam Sancti Hilarii. 

Charles Berner. 

Jonh Emmenes. 

Edward Plymouth. 

John bord (Bord). 

Jhon (Johannes) durand. 

John Melchior Carmerold (Kermrode). 
Peetre Duhamel. 

David Aumond. 

James Samson. 

Rachel Perigal. 

Anne tomalinde Brown (Browne). 

Ann Jullien. 

Mairi Madelaine Amian (Amiens). 

Marie Portal. 

Janne (Johannes) espinass (Espinas). 

Jacob Letargeon (l Eturgeon). 

Marianne Bailhou (Baillou). 

John Bardou. 

Mary Costebadie. 

Adam Haynts (Hatnes). 

Francisco Goadsens. 

Jaqueline Gervaize. 

Jacob le Roux. 

Sara Roy. 

John James Coulant (Coulan). 

Peter Benech. 

P. (Petrus) Pitot. 

Claude Lambert. 

Rivers, signed this instead of the abjuration.* 

SKIN No. 25. 

Hilary X Anne Regine. 

[No further date.] 

John De La Coste. 

[According to the duplicate roll Skin No. 13 
this entry is of the same date as the 
preceding entry.] 

* This entry appears to refer to John Savage, 9th Earl Rivers, who after being 
educated at Douai and ordained a priest of the Roman Catholic Church succeeded 
the 8th Earl Rivers on the 19th August, 1712. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY RECORDS. 

The list of names below, pp. 108 to 1 12, are taken entirely from the Middlesex County 
Records preserved at the Guildhall, Westminster. They preserve the names of persons 
specially naturalized in the Quarter Sessions of Middlesex under the above Act of 7 Anne, 
and doubtless reproduce the list which was presented to the House of Commons (see supra, 
p. 73). The record exists in a double form : 

(1) The actual roll signed in autograph by the persons naturalized. This roll is styled 
“ Oath Roll taken by Foreign Protestants, 8 — 10 Anne, No. 25.” Although styled a 
roll, this record, like the corresponding King’s Bench Roll already printed, is 
composed of single skins fastened together at the head but not made into a roll. In 
the present instance there are u skins. Each skin contains a formal heading and 
the autograph signatures follow thereon. The heading on Skin 1 is as follows: — 
Registrum nominum personarum existentium extraneorum Protestantium anglice 
forreigne Protestants qui in aperta Curia Generalium Quartialium Sessionum pacis 
Reginae tentarum pro Comitatu praedicta die Jovis in septimana proxime post Festum 
Sancti Michaelis Archangeli scilicet quinto die Octobris anno regni Dominae nostrae 
Annae Dei gratia nunc Reginae Magnae Britanniae, &c., nono coram Johane Bennett 
milite uno serviente ad legem, Josepho Offley, Nathaniele Manlove armigeris et aliis 
sociis suis justiciariis dictae Dominae Reginae ad pacem in comitatu praedicta 
conservandam .... inter horas nonam et duodecimam ante meridiem . . . personaliter 
comparuerunt et ceperunt et subscriperunt sacramenta infra contenta et fecerunt, 
repeterunt et subscripserunt declarationem infra scriptum, &c., ut supra, p. 76. 

(2) Besides the oath roll signatures the names also occur entered bv the Clerk of the 
Peace ambulando in the successive Quarter Sessions Book for the dates in question. 
The reference to each of these books is given at the head of each entry. 

After a little hesitation I have elected to make the Session Book entries the basis of the 
text which follows. The main reason for this is that in many instances these entries give 
details of the parish from which the applicant came, whereas the oath roll itself gives the mere 
signature without any other detail. The variants therefore from the Oath Roll are, in the 
following list, entered in brackets wherever the actual signature differs or appears to differ 
from the spelling of the name in the Sessions Book. 

The only drawback to this arrangement is that the order of the names in some of the lists 
(especially the last list) differs in the Oath Roll from that which is here given from the 
Sessions Book. 

Sessions Book 671, p. 72 (Hicks Hall, in St. John Street). 

Names of Foreign Protestants who took the Oaths, &c. 

July 1709 [July 21 according to the Oath Roll, Skin 9.] 

Peter Reit, of the parish of St. Andrew, Hubbub, in the City of London. 

Jaspar Helmunt (Hallmunt), of the parish of St. James, Duke’s place, in 
the City of London. 

Andrew Barge (Borge), of the parish of St. All Hallowes, Barking, in 
the City of London. 

John Berkhan (?Birkson), of the parish of St. Mary, White Chappell, 
in the County of Middlesex. 

28° July. Catherine Bosh (Bos), wife to Frederick Harcogh, of the parish of 

Clerkenwell. 

Sebastian Trantman, of the parish of St. Ann, in Black Fryars. 

Sessions Book 674, p. 47 (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 8). 
io° Oct. 1709 Peter Forbes, of Norfolke Street, in the parish of St. Clement Danes, in 
the County of Middlesex, Gent. 

ii l Oct. John Fullraught, of the parish of St. Andrew, Holborne. 

John Rebhan, of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell. 



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Daniel Row (Kan), of the Parish of St. Martin’s in the Strand. 

Michael Schmidtgruba (Scmidgruber), of the parish of St. Dunstan’s 
in the East. 

Vincent Gnaden, of the parish of St. Bartholomew, Exchange. 

13 0 Oct. 1709. Everard Momma, of the parish of St. Michael’s, Crooked Lane. 

14 0 Oct. Harmeusan Van Ledden (Hermen jan Van Leddin), of the parish of 

St. Giles, Cripplegate. 

Foost Krull, of the parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate. 

Adam Potts, of the parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate. 

15 0 Oct. John Fuecart. 

John Wichman. 

Ludwig Von Bergen (Lud .... burg). 

Herman Hopke. 

Mary Schutz. 

Balthasar Mentzer. 

Liebert Wolters. 

Anna Jacoba Dorrien. 

Cornelius Tilbourg (Tilburg), Senr. 

Agneta Edzardi. 

Sara Anna Meyers (Meges). 

Christopher Krebs. 

Jacob Archelis (?Joheb ? Drussgin). 

Cornelius Tilbourge (Tilburg), Junr. 

Johes (John) Shoeler. 

Lawrence Edlinger. 

John Smith. 

John Berselaw (Bersselaer) (did not pay the fee). 

Session Book 677, p. 60 (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 7). 

Gerardus Cock (Cocq), borne in Leyden in Holland, of the parish of 
St. Giles in the Fields, in the County of Middlesex, Gent. 

James Dupre (du Pre), of the parish of St. Marg*, W[estminst] r , Gent. 
The mark of Magdalen Venables, of St. James, Westm r , wife of Tho : 
Venables. 

Jacob Runth, of the parish of St. Allhallows, London. 

Joachim Van Hemert, of St. Allhallows the Great, London. 

Martin Van Harlingen (Van Harlingoen, Junr.), of thu same. 

John Dupre, of St. Mary, Abchurch, London. • 

James Van Bebber, of Christchurch, London. 

Diederic Martens, of St. Stephen, Colman Street. 

Michael Fincke, of St. Margt, Lothbury, London. 

Christian Lot De Weissenbach, de St. Martins in the Strand. 

John George Hansell, of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, apothecary. 
Magdalena Alberg (Alburg), of the parish of St. Mary, Whitechappell. 
Margaret Strachan (Frachan), of St. Allhallows, Stayneing, London. 
Sessions Book 680, p. 76. 

Names of Persons Who have taken the Oaths, &c. 

Martin Hegardt, Clerke, Lutheran Protestant, of the Sweeds Chappell, 
in Ratcliffe High way, took the oath of fidelity and allegiance and the 
abjuration oath and long test. 

Simon Brunt, a Protestant dissenting minister, called a Sabatarian in 
Anchor and Hope Alley in the Hamblett of Wapping, Stepney, took 
the oaths of allegiance and fidelity and the abjuration oath, and 
subscribed the long test and declared his approbacon of the Articles of 
Religion, except, &c. 

names are not in the Oath Roll. Their subscription does not appear to be in 
order to naturalization.) 



1 1 Jan. 1709-10. 



12 0 Jan. 



April 1 . 1710. 



(The above two 



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MIDDLESEX OATH ROLL NATURALIZATIONS. 



Names of Foreign Protestants who took the Oaths, &c. (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin io). 
i8° April 17 10. Benjamin Charriere (Charrier), of St. Annes, within the Liberty of 
Westminster. 

Florant Meause (Meausse) de Sorency, of the same parish. 

Districh Buckwald (Dindrich Buywolt), of the parish of St. Clement, 
Danes. 

Henry Wagner (Wagener), of the same. 

Christian Meyer, of Allhallows, Broadstreet, London. 

Peter Kenaw (Konaunt), of the same. 

Leonard Van Armeyden (Armeydez), of the parish of St. Martin, W[est- 
minst] r , Gent. 

Oath Roll (Foreign Protestants), No. 25, Skin n. 

3 May, 1710. Hicks Hall. (There appears to be no entry of this list in the Sessions Books.) 

Francis Drin. 

Stephen Hyde. 

John Conrad Nehring. 

Gabriel Lavallade. 

Henry Voguel. 

John Frederic Rosner. 

Henry Ernst Wust. 

Peter Peterson. 

Sebastean Vander Eykf.nff. 

B. Hoefnagel. 

Ettienne de Ferme. 

Jacob Ulrich. 

John Lamb. 

John Keilman. 

Rasmus Peterson. 

John Wengler. 

Peter Marke. 

Dirk de Graef. 

Frances nalton (?natton). 

Claudde Contesse. 



Session Book 683, p. 40. (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 6.) • 

Names of Foreign Protestants who took the Oaths, 8 cc. 

Wm. Turner. (This name appears only on the Oaths Roll.) 

Tho : Crutzter (Grutzler), of the parish of St. Ann, Westm r . 
John Christian Herman (Heiman), of the parish of Peter the poor. 
Jacobus (James) Crommelin, de poch sci Martini in campis, Gent. 
John Thomas Bachmair, of St. Peter’s, Cornhill, London. 

Paul Fleishman (Fleischman), of St. Dunstan in the East. 

Session Book 686, p. 46. (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 5). 

Martin Hegard (Hegauld). 

Herman Louis (Louiss). 

Henry Lewis. 

Erasmus Nicholas. 

Abraham Simons. 

9° Oct. at Hickshall. Francis (Francois) Muhl. 

io° Oct. Frederick Tribeck (Trirbeke), of St. Martin in the feilds. 

ii° Oct. John Pf.ntham (Bintsan ?), of St. John, Wapping. 

George Lolz, of the same. 



3 JuW 1710. 

4 July- 

5 July. 

8 July. 



5 0 Oct. 1710 
at Westminster 



Sessions Book 689, p. 46 (duplicate in Oath Roll, .Skin 4). 
io° Jan. 1710-1 1. Entony Suply. 

12 0 Jan. Jacob Hei.berg. 

Charles Joackim Klupp (Klug). 



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Ill 



15° J an - U 10 ' 1 

i6° Jan. 

9° April 1 7 1 1 . 
Westminster. 
io° Hickshall. 
12 ° 



3° July 1711. 
Hickshall. 



Hickshall, 

8° Oct. 1711. 



12 0 Oct. 

9 0 Jan. 171 1-12. 
Hickshall. 



io° Jan. 



Johann Conrad Eymecker (Cymecker). 

John Frederick (Friderick) Sharier. 

John Henry Backs. 

Laurence Brander, of the parish of St. Mary, White Chappell. 

Sessions Book 692, p. 43 (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 1). 

Francis Ranwerdt (Frantz Rauwerdt), of St. John, Wapping. 

Eliz : (Elelsbeh) Pujolas. 

Paridon (Paridem) Jastram. 

Sessions Book 695, p. 40 (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 3). 

Claude Mag deline de Fournier de Montmorancy. 

Francis Deshaies. 

Sessions Book 698, p. 60 (duplicate as above). 

Samuel Guigner (Guiguer). 

Mathew Shiffner. 

Johan Friedrich Konig. 

Olof Rouling (Ronling). 

Erick Oberg. 

Fridrich Theel. 

James Vasserott. 

Sessions Book 701, p. 38 (duplicate in Oath Roll, Skin 2). 

Martin Weidius. 

Peter Stutzer. 

Nicholas Rugendick (Nycolas Rugendyc). 

Richard Hartman (Harttman). 

Thomas Christopher Newman, clerk. 

Cornelius Ragenstecher. 

Rodolph le Blanc. 

Armand Debendieu (Dubourdieu). 

John Polingue (Poullingue). 

Isaac Polingue (Poullingue). 

Charles Brebauld (Brebaud). 

Peter de Vendargues (Desendargues). 

Blaize (Bleso) Demox. 

David de la Court (Cour). 

Hector De St. Legier de Boisronde (Hector St. Legier de Boisronde). 
John Belot (Jean Beloc). 

Balthazar Dalbon. 

Nicholas Chewutt (Chomes ?). 

Anne Dupre (du pre). 

Mary Villette. 

(Two names quite illegible here.) 

Catherine Tibal.. 

Marguerit Faure. 

James Clavius (Clavis). 

Pieter Alexander Guil (Gue). 

Shadrick Bastie. 

Susanne Guenault. 

Gabriel La Penissiere (Gabrielle Penissir). 

Magdeleine Marriette. ^ 

Anthointte Cailleau (Caillaux). 

Guy Mesuim (Mesmin). 

Lewis Azire. 

Margueritte Du Conum (Commun). 

Magdeleine Portal. 



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Toinette Fargeon. 

John Boner La Garde (Jhon Bouer lagarde). 

Viscount (Visconte) Cigala, Clerk. 

Tanneguy Azire. 

i i 0 Jan. 1 7 1 i-i2. Eliza Fludyer. 

Cornelius Anderson. 

14 0 Jan. Thomas Thorhell. 

Gotthard Hagen. 

Daniel Stevens. 

John St. Genes. 

John Du Ges. 

Martha Clavis. 

Susanne La Cain (Lacam). 

Samuel Mougin (Mongin). 

Maria Rossy (Rossi). 

John Simon de la Heuze, Clerk. 

Eliza Lavocatt (Elizabeth Laduocat). 

Magdaleine Meyran (Madelinne Meiran). 

Judith Caubett (Caubet). 

Maria Bemin (Mary Berrin). 

Rachel Chovett (Chauvet). 

Mary Lavocatt (Laduocat). 

Cha Bourseaux (Charles Bourceau). 

John (Jean) Blanc. 

John De Lage (J[ean] Delages). 

Isaac Gacon. 

Gerin Tessier. 

John August Berniere (Berniera). 

Giacomo Rossy (Rossi). 

Kath (Catherine) Barraud. 

Jeane Strong (Jane Strang). 

Mariane Coussiratt. 

Margaret De Lormes (Margerite de Lorsne). 

THE MARK OF ELIZABETH MuRATT. 

John (Jean) Privatt (Privat). 

Paul le Bon (Peaul Lebon). 

Paul De Mallide (Paul Malide). 

15 Jan. Frantz Dickerson (Frans Drukerson). 

Daniel Salin (Sabin). 

In the Oath Roll the above last list of names from Jan. 9 to Jan. 14, 1711-12, inclusive a 
entered under Jan. 10. In addition there appear in the roll in this list and under the 
date, Jan. 10, the following names which do not appear in the Sessions Book : — 
Magdeleine Diore. 

Elisabet Reynes. 

Elisabeth Fludyer. 

Cornelius Andreson. 

Thomas Thor Helle. 

Gotthard J. Hagen. 

• Jean du ges. 

Jean genes. 

Daniel Steuns. 

Marthe Clauis. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



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NATURALIZATION ACT. 

12° Annce, No. 13. 

[The petition for this bill was read in the Commons 1713 May 19. It stated that petitioner 
was of the city of London merchant, professed the true Protestant religion and had 
given testimony of loyalty. The bill was read a first time in the Commons May 20; 
passed the Commons May 30 ; was read a first time in the Lords June 1; passed 
June 8, and received the royal assent June 10. 

See Commons Journals xvii, pp. 358, 359, 361, 373, 383, 385; Lords Journals xix, 
PP- 555 , 562, 566, 571.] 

Lewis Vanden Enden, son of John Vanden Enden, by Judith hiswife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

12 0 Annce, No. 43. 

[On 1 May 1713 a petition was presented to the Lords for the naturalization of Charles 
Simeon Descury, Peter Ribot, Peter Lafitte et al officers lately come from Spain and 
Portugal. The bill was read a first time in the Lords May 4 ; passed the Lords 
June 3 ; read a first time in the Commons June 8 ; reported with amendments June 25 ; 
passed the Commons July 10 ; the Lords agreed to the amendments July 11, and the 
bill received the royal assent July 16. The Commons’ amendments consisted in the 
insertion of the names from La Goullainne to Stephen Barbier. 

See Lords Journals xix, pp. 524, 527, 541, 556, 559, 605, 615; Commons Journals xvii, 
pp. 390, 406, 408, 421-2, 428, 440, 460, 463.] 

Simon Descury, son of Daniel Descury, by Mary his wife, born at Tour in the Province 
of Tourrene, in France. 

Peter Ribot, son of Charles Ribot, by Margaret his wife, born at St. Hipolite in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Peter Laffitte, son of Peter Laffitte, by Jane his wife, born at Peuch in the Province of 
Guiene, in France. 

Peter Cousseau, son of James Cousseau, by Jane his wife, born at Tournon in the 
Province of Guiene, in France. 

Daniel Dufaur, son of Josiah Dufaur, by Mary his wife, born at Nerac in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

Balthazar Defoissac, son of Noah Defoissac, by Lovise his wife, born at Tesac in the 
Province of Guiene, in France. 

Peter Legrand, son of Peter Legrand, by Mary his wife, born at La Cousade in the 
Province of Quercy, in France. 

Mathew Suberbielle, son of John Suberbielle, by Judith his wife, born at Dorthez in the 
Province of Bearn, in France. 

Peter Darquier, son of Bartholomew Darquier, by Sarah his wife, born at Bordeaux in 
the Province of Guiene, in France. 

Paul Breton, son of Peter Breton, by Ann his wife, born at Tounins in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

Henry D’hours, son of Anthony D ’hours, by Lovise his wife, born at Monpelier in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Charles Durand, son of Charles Durand, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Tournon in 
the Province of Guiene, in France. 

Peter De la Poire, son of Peter De la Poire, by Rose his wife, born at Vianne in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Samuel Coqutsante, son of Samuel Coqusante, by Mary his wife, born at Nerac in the 
Province of Guiene, in France. 

John de la Boissiere, son of Anthony Paquet la Boissiere, by Susanne his wife, born 
at Roche Riquie in the Province of . Augommois, in France. 

Charles Alotte, son of Daniel Alotte, by Ester his wife, born at Laudun in the Province 
of Poitou, in France. 

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John La Combe, son of John La Combe, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vezenobre in 
the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

William Lacombe, son of Esaiah Lacombe, by Lovise his wife, born at Vezenobre in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

John Teissier, son of James Teissier, by Jane his wife, born at Anduse in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France. 

Alexander Geffres La Touche, son of Charles Geffres D’Einchein, by Anne his wife, 
born at Einchein in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Gabriel Geffres La Groys, son of Charles Geffres D’Einchein, by Anne his wife, born 
at Einchein in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

John La Boutiniere, son of Henry Massau La Boutiniere, by Jane his wife, born at La 
Sangliere in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Francisco Cavaly, son of Anthony Cavaly, by Corinta his wife, born at Lastira in 
Germany. 

David Darripe, son of David Darripe, by Anne his wife, born at Arudy in the Province 
of Bearn, in France. 

Isaac Crozes, son of Peter Crozes, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Mazamet in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France. 

James Bertet, son of James Bertet, by Mary his wife, born at Soumieres in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France. 

John Henry De Bastide, son of John De Bastide, by Ann his wife, born at The Hague 
in Holland. 

Daniel Gast, son of John Gast, by Susanna his wife, born at Chalais in the Province of 
St. Ouge, in France. 

Joseph Dufaur, son of James Dufaur, by Esther his wife, born at Nerac in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

Peter Layard, son of Raymond Layard, by Francoise his wife, born at Mouflauquin in 
the Province of Guiene, in France. 

Lewis Ourry, son of James Ourry, by Magdeleine his wife, born at Bloys in the Province 
of Orleans, in France. 

Amy Piaget, son of James Piaget, by Esther his wife, born in Geneve. 

Mathieu Dupuy, son of Isaac Dupuy, by Jane his wife, born at Damazan in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

Domingos Barboze, son of Renite Barboze, by Mary his wife, born at Conde in the 
Province of Minho, in Portugal. 

Paul Cabanis, son of Paul Cabanis, bv Susanna his wife, born at Quisac in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France. 

Esteven Perrin, son of Charles Clausade Perrin, by Jane his wife, born at Vile Mage in 
the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Francis de Caudole, son of Francis de Caudole, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Penne in 
France. 

Samuel Dusoul, son of Isaac Dusoul, by Mary his wife, born at Fontenay le Comte in 
the Province of Poitou, in France. 

John Mavault, son of James Marvault, by Mary his wife, born at Monbron in the 
Province of Augommois, in France. 

Oliver Malherbe, son of Peter Malherbe, by Francoise Marie his wife, born at Loudon 
in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

Estevf.n Ducasse, son of Nicholas Ducasse, by Anne his wife, born at Casteljaloux in 
the Province of Guiene, in France. 

Lewis Dejan, son of Anthony Dejan, by Margaret his wife, born at Anduze in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Anthony Dapilly, son of James Dapilly, by Jane his wife, born at St. Andr£ de Valborgue 
in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Isaac St. Martin Patras, son of Anthony Patras, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Grenoble 
in the Province of Dauphine, in France, 



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Thomas Terson, son of John Terson, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Puilauians in the 
Province of Languedoc in France. 

Anthony Maillet, son of Claude Maillet, by Lovise his wife, born at Sauve in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Lewis Fabre, son of Lewis Fabre, by Susanna his wife, born at St. Romme Detar in 
the Province of Rovergue, in France. 

Daniel Addee, son of Hillaire Addee, by Ann his wife, born at Mess in the Province of 
Lorraine, in France. 

Alexander Cazettes, son of John De Cazettes, by Perside his wife, born at Tournon in 
the Province of Rovergue, in France. 

Jedeon Duvinois, son of John Clausel Duvinois, by Antoinette his wife, born at Maisse 
in the Province of Vivarest, in France. 

James Sivaa, son of Peter Sivaa, by Claire his wife, born at Boffre in the Province of 
Vivarest, in France. 

Peter Gorse, son of James Gorse, by Mary his wife, born at Bergerac in the Province of 
Guiene, in France. 

Charles Fournier, son of Anthony Fournier, by Mary his wife, born at Cous in the 
Province of Vivarest, in France. 

Francis De Lasvalz, son of Francis De Lasvalz, by Ann his wife, born at Soulage in 
the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Peter Lamenes, son of John Lamenes, by Judith his wife, born at Collorgne in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Daniel Mauco, son of Esteven Mauco, by Mary his wife, born at D’hortez in the Province 
of Bearn. 

Nicholas Dubuc, son of Rene Dubuc, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Montrevil in the 
Province of Picardie, in France. 

Isaac De Lavergne, son of Francis de Lavergne, by Mary his wife, born at St. Ciprien 
in the Province of Guiene, in France. 

James Comarque, son of John Comarque, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Nimigne in 
Holland. 

Laurens Valantin, son of John Valantin, by Diane his wife, born at Die in the Province 
of Dauphine, in France. 

John Pain, son of John Pain, by Simonne his wife, born at Pont de Mouvert in the 
Province of Cevenes, in France. 

Marc De Lasale, son of Francis De La Sale, by Silvie his wife, born at Camares in the 
Province of Rovergue, in France. 

Daniel De La Sale, son of Francis De La Sale de Lautarret, by Mary his wife, born at 
Die in the Province of Dauphine, in France. 

Francis Gallary, son of Peter Gallery, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vigan in the 
Province of Cevenes, in France. 

Tobiah Ballif, son of Peter Ballif, by Margaret his wife, born at Ball in Suizland. 

John Jagmar, son of David Jagmar, by Mary his wife, born at Cedan in France. 

Jeremie James, son of Jacob James, by Marie his wife, born at Cedan in France. 

John Descazals, son of John Descazals, by Mary his wife, born at Montpelier in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Anthony Chabrier, son of Simon Chabrier, by Margaret his wife, born at Belbuy in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Peter Billon, son of Adam Billon, by Margaret his wife, born at Rochele in France. 

Peter Lewis De Bous, son of Bartholomew De Bous, by Judith his wife, born at Lauzane 
in Suizerland. 

Elias Lombart, son of John Lombart, by Susanna his wife, born at Boye in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

Peter Pastre, son of John Pastre, by Jane his wife, born at Morlans in the Province of 
Bearne, in France. 

John Peter De Lostal, son of Peter De Lostal, by Mary his wife, born at St. Palais in 
the Province of Bearne, in France, 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Peter Barcus, son of Francis Barcus, by Jane his wife, born at Pau in the Province of 
Bearne, in France. 

Peter Abadie De Bouine, son of John De Bouine, bv Ann his wife, born at Mallac in 
the Province of Bearne, in France. 

John Babtiste Thian De Blevile, son of John Babtiste thian, by Margaret his wife, 
born at La Rochele in France. 

Francis Mercier, son of Paul Mercier, by Antonette his wife, born at Monnteau in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

John D’arbolade, son of John Arbolade, by Isanveau his wife, born in the Province of 
Valentia in Spain. 

John Clausade, son of Stephen Clausade, by Antonette his wife, born at Carmaing in 
the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Francis Roudelette, son of Peter Roudelette, by Ann his wife, born at Bourdeaux in 
the Province of Guiene, in France. 

Andrew D’esamblard, son of Andrew Marie, by Franson his wife, born at Maens in the 
Province of Dauphine, in France. 

Mark Brassard, son of Isaac Brassard, by Constante his wife, born at Montauban in the 
Province of Guiene, in France. 

Saviniac De Clapiez, son of Francis De Clapiez, by Coulombe his wife, born at Moun- 
tanac in the Province of Languedoc. 

Cezar Piqueniz, son of Peter Piqueniz, by Mary his wife, born in the Parish of St. Jean 
Dangeley in the Province of Xaintonge. 

Daniel Da Berlin, son of Francis Da Berlin deporte, by Marguerite his wife, born at 
Lunee in the Province of Languedoc. 

Daniel Faure, son of Laurance Faure, by Jeanne his wife, born at Revel in the Province 
of Languedoc. 

Paul Dangicourd, son of Jaques Dangicourd, by Ann his wife, born at St. Jean Dangeley 
in the Province of Saintonge. 

Stephen Cazalet, son of Peter Cazalet, by Jeanne his wife, born at Sumenne in the 
Province of Languedoc. 

Michel Soleirol, son of John Soleirol, by Jeanne his wife, born at Monteils in the 
Province of Languedoc. 

Francis Mischel, son of Jaques Mailiac, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Cornus in the 
Province of Guiene, in France. 

Peter Clarck, son of Peter Clarck, by Susanna his wife, born at St. Closein in the 
Province of Langueoinis. 

Mark Anthony Faubares, son of Stephen Faubares, by Jeanne his wife, born at St. 
Andre Devaluerne in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Lewis Senebier, son of Jesse Senebier, by Mary his wife, born at Maens in the Province 
of Dauphine. 

Paul De grand Maison, son of Paul De grand Maison, by Francoise his wife, born at 
Poitie in the Province of Poitou. 

Peter Lambert, son of Francis Deodine, by Antonette his wife, born at Grenoble in 
the Province of Dauphine. 

Thomas de Medina, son of Manuel de Medina, by Isavelle his wife, born at Segoviee in 
the Province of Castille, in Spain. 

Lewis Dangilbaut, son of Alexander Dangilbaut, by Ann his wife, born in the Province 
of Dauphine. 

Gratian Berauld, son of John Berauld, by Jeanne his wife, born at Castiljalous in the 
Province of Guienne. 

Joseph Bertin, son of John Berlin, by Jean his wife, born at Castlemoron in the Province 
of Aquitanio. 

John Sauvage, son of Augustin Sauvage, by Martha his wife, born in the Town of 
Castelneau in the Province of Aquitanio. 

Isaac Blanchard, son of John Blanchard, by Mary his wife, born at Bourdeaux in the 
Province of Guiene. 



NATURALIZATIONS. i 17 

Bernard Richon, son of Martial Richon, by Mary his wife, born at Libourne in the 
Province of Guienne. 

Abraham Teulieres, son of Gaillard Teulieres, by Antoinette his wife, born at Causade 
in the Province of Guienne. 

Moses Carries, son of Stephen Carries, by Mary his wife, born at La Cabarrade in 
the Province of Languedoc. 

Charles Cormonts, son of Philip Cormonts, by Jane his wife, born in the Town of St. 
Pons in the Province of Languedoc. 

Francis Barbut, son of Peter Barbut, by Magdalen his wife, born at Montpellier in the 
Province of Languedoc. 

Lewis Despares, son of Lewis Despares, by Anne his wife, born at Orbec in the Province 
of Normandy. 

John Majou, son of Rene Majou, by Anna his wife, born in the Parish of Chaurainay 
in the Province of Poitou. 

Peter La Coste, son of Benjamin La Coste, by Lovise his wife, born at Abeillan in the 
Province of Aquatania. 

John Baptiste Deparay, son of Claude Seriere, by Susanna his wife, born at Paris in 
the Province of Lile. 

Stephen Morelon, son of John Morelon, by Mary his wife, born at St. a Foy in the 
Province of Guienne. 

Solomon Cavalier, son of Dennis Cavalier, by Ester his wife, born at Diep in the 
Province of Guienne. 

Peter Gentit, son of James Gentit, by Susanna his wife, born at Tremblade in the 
Province of Xaintonge. 

Lewis Desisles, son of Daniel Laubuge, by Martha his wife, born at Lisle Bouchard 
in the Province of Tourenne. 

Lewis Turpin, son of — Turpin, Councellor in the Parliament at Mets, born at Belhem 
in the Province of Perche in the Generallity of Tourenne. 

David Mazuer, son of Peter Mazuer, by Mary his wife, born at Carmaing in the 
Province of Languedoc. 

Stephen Costris, an Infant, son of Peter Costris, by Margaret his wife, born at Bergen- 
opsoon in the United Provinces. 

Claude St. Amour, son of James St. Amour, by Margaret his wife, born in the City of 
Blois in the Generality of Orleans. 

James Fountain, son of Abraham Fountain, by Mary his wife, born at The Hague. 

Jacob Dubosc, son of Moses Dubose, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Clarac in the 
Province of Guienne. 

Peter Chabane, son of Peter Chabane, by Margaret his wife, born at Zurich in the Canton 
of Bern. 

Peter Salbert De Marsilly, son of Peter Salbert De Marsilly, by Magdeliene his wife, 
born at Utrich in Holland. 

Charles La Bouchetiere, son of Charles La Bouchetiere, by Mary his wife, born at 
Ghent in Flanders. 

Francis Cayran, son of Peter Cayran, by Ann his wife, born at Nerrac in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

John Villemisson, son of James Villemisson, by Elizabeth his wife, born in the Generality 
of Tourenne, in France. 

James Vitrack, son of Peter Vitrack, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Laforce in the 
Province of Guiene, in France. 

Isaac Guibert, son of Isaac Guibert, by Mary his wife, born at Pardalian in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

John Molie, son of Timothee Molie, by Jeane his wife, born at Peuch in the Province 
of Guiene, in France. 

Josue Dufay Dessoudun, son of Josue Dufay Dessoudun, by Margarett his wife, born 
at Niort in the Province of Poitou, in France. 

John Nicolas, son of Daniel Nicolas, by Susanne his wife, born at Chalais in the 
Province of St. Ouge, in France. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



John Corbetes, son of James Corbetes, by Antoinette his wife, born at Aulas in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

James Ribot, son of Charles Ribot, by Margrett his wife, born at St. Hipolite in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Charles Ribot, son of Charles Ribot, by Margrett his wife, born at St. Hipolite in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

John Bagars, son of Henry Mazel De Bagars, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vigau in 
the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Aldebert Castanier, son of Estephen Castanier, by Lovise his wife, born at Marvejolz 
in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

John Lewis De St. Simon, son of Lawrence Francis de St. Simon, by Jane Thereze his 
wife, born at Holleguie in Flanders. 

Charles De Goullainne, son of Samuel De Gouillainne, by Charlotte his wife, born at 
Laudouniere in the Province of Britain, in France. 

Charles De Goullainne, son of Charles De Gouillainne, by Ann his wife, born at The 
Hague in Holland. 

Peter Royrand de la Jauniere, son of Eliah Royrand, by Celeste his wife, born at St. 
Fulgent in the Province of Poitou, in France. (C.J. reads Royxand and Jauniexe, 
C.J., xvii, p. 440.) 

James Stample, son of John Stample, by Mary his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Stephen Barbier, son of Daniel Barbier, by Marthe his wife, born at Bergerac in the 
Province of Guienne, in France. (C.J. reads Barbiex, C.J., xvii, p. 440.) 

Anthony Vial, alias St. Julien, son of Anthony Vial, by Catherine his wife, born at 
Vinsobre in the Province of Dauphine, in France. 

13 0 Annce, No. 19. 

[Kirchoff’s bill was introduced in the Lords 29 April 1914, and received the royal assent 
5 June. For its legislative history see L.J. xix, pp. 670, 672, 674, 677, 679, 703, 
707 ; C.J. xvii, pp. 624, §34, 641, 650, 667.I 

Christian William Ivirchhoff, son of Henry Kirchholf, by Margaretha his wife, born 
in Hambrow. 

1 3° Annce, No. 29. 

[The petition for Dupree’s bill was presented to the Lords 4 May 1714. The bill 
received the royal assent 25 June. For its legislative history see L.J. xix, pp. 674, 
694, 701, 702, 727, 731 ; C.J. xvii, 663, 673, 688, 699, 701.] 

Samuel Du Pree (Dupree), son of Moses Du Pree, by Catherina Cornelissen his wife, born 
at Harlem in Holland. 

13 0 Annce, No. 57. 

[The petition ot James Eymer, Isaac Sadly and Martin du Clousy was presented to the 
Commons 6 March 1713-14. It described them as officers who served in the army and 
are returned from Gibraltar and Port Mahon whose regiments were broke abroad, 
that they are foreigners but have served her Majesty abroad during the late wars. 
There are three entries of the taking of oaths, C.J. xvii, pp. 558, 559, 560, which give 
the bulk of the names in this Act. They are all described as disbanded officers. The 
variants here given in the text are from, these oaths entries. The amendments in 
the Lords consisted in adding all the names from Heart to Fabry. The bill received 
the royal assent on 9 July 1714. 

See C.J. xvii, pp. 514, 559, 560, 578, 619, 643, 688, 720; L.J. xix, pp. 692, 701, 705, 713, 

7>8, 721, 752, 753-] 

James Eymer, son of James Evmer, bv Mary his wife, born at Aquitania in France. 

Isaac Sailly, son of Charles Sadly, by Jane his wife, born at Cassell in Germany. 

Martin Du Clousy, son of Charles Du Clousy, bv Ann his wife, born at Frize in 
Holland. 

Peter De Falguerolles (Defalqueroles), son of Peter De Falguerolles, by Jane his 
wife, born at Saint Hippolite in Languedoc. 

David Simond, son of James Simond, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Nions in Dolphine. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 119 

Anthony Bissiere, son of Lewis Bissiere, by Claudine his wife, born at Grenoble in 
Dauphine. 

Phillip De Clapie, son of Lewis De Clapie, by Colombe his wife, born at Montagnac in 
Languedoc. 

Anthony Marcell, son of Paul Marcell, by Jane his wife, born at Vzes in Languedoc. 

Peter Scale, son of John Scale, by Mary his wife, born at Saint Frique in France. 

Peter Lafargeze, son of Peter Lafargeze, by Mary his wife, born at Tournack in France. 

Martin Ribera, son of Peter Ribera, by Cathrine his wife, born at Alcantra in Spain. 

John Martell, son of Andrew Martell, by Jane his wife, born at Puilauren in Languedoc. 

Charles Buor, son of Isaac Buor, by Magdalen his wife, born at Monteyn in the 
Province of Poitou, in France. 

John La Caux (Lacoux), son of John La Caux, by Martha his wife, born in Guiene in 
France. 

Abraham Pinchinat (Pinchmat), son of Joseph Pinchinat, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Provance in France. 

Deziere Romegoux (James Dessire Romegoux), son of James Romegoux, by Ann his wife, 
born at Glairas in France. 

John Greul (Gruell), son of Andrew Greul, by Margaret his wife, born at Mannheim in 
Palatinate. 

James Pellissier, son of Isaac Pellissier, by Jane his wife, born at Nimes in Languedoc. 

Gabriel Laban, son of Abel Laban, by Mary his wife, born at Tignes in France. 

Isaac Duprat, son of Thobie Duprat, by Margaret his wife, born in Aquitania in France. 

John Gazeau, son of Paul Gazeau, by Mary his wife, born in Poitou in France. 

John Dumas, son of James Dumas, by Mary his wife, born at Vzes in France. 

Paul Delafarrelle, son of Francis Delafarrelle, by Renee his wife, born at Croisill in 
France. 

Daniel Canet (Cannet), son of Francis Canet, by Mary his wife, born in Guiene in France. 

James Razou (Razoux), son of William Razou, by Madon his wife, born in Languedoc 
in France. 

Henry Delamilliere, son of Fleurant Delamilliere, by Mary his wife, born in Poitou in 
France. 

Francis Mairargue (Manaigus), son of James Mairargue, by Jaquete his wife, born at 
Quissac in Languedoc. 

John Rouviere, son of Anthony Rouviere, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Alaix in 
Languedoc. 

John Duvernet Romegoux (John Francis Duvernet Romegoux), son of James 
Romegoux, by Ann his wife, born at Glairas in France. 

John Durand, son of John Durand, by Jane his wife, born at Castres in Languedoc. 

I3ernard Chapuy (Chapny), son of Maurice Chapuy, by Mary his wife, born at Bay in 
France. 

Stephen Delfien (Delfieu), son of Peter Delfien, by Mary his wife, born at Barne in 
Languedoc. 

Lovis Marcell, son of Anthony Marcell, by Margaret his wife, born at Vzes in Languedoc. 

Durand Du Theron (Durant Durethon), son of Durand Du Theron, by Bernadine his 
wife, born at Ghent in Flanders. 

Peter Piaget, son of Abraham Piaget, by Jane his wife, born in Geneve. 

Peter Bouy (Bouys), son of Peter Bouv, by Jane his wife, born at Castres in Languedoc. 

Laurence Cock, son of Thomas Cock, by Johanna his wife, born at Gothenburgh in 
Swedeland. 

Henry Van Deck (Vandeck), son of Herman Van Deck, by Ann his wife, born at Konigs- 
berg in Prussia. 

James Chabaud, son of James Chabaud, by Jane his wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

HeNry Westfall, son of Henry Westfall, by Anna his wife, born at Lubeck in Swedeland. 

Cornelius Benson, son of Benjamin Benson, by Anna his wife, born at Cottonburg in 
Swedeland. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



John Dalbos, son of James Dalbos, by Judith his wife, born at Saint Prfvate De Vallonge 
in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Abraham Durant (Durand), son of Andibert Durant, by Judith his wife, born at Tailbourg 
in the Province of Xaintonge, in France. 

John De Heart, son of Lambert De Heart, by Ann his wife, born in Nimiguen. 

James Maturin, son of John Maturin and Margaret his wife, born at Miremont in Guiene, 
in France. 

John La Coste De Croy, son of Alexander La Coste De Croy, by Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Saint Hipolite in Languedoc, in France. 

John Portal, son of John Portal, by Margaret his wife, born at Saint Hipolite in 
Languedoc, in France. 

William Arnaud, son of Peter Arnaud, by Jetfne his wife, born at Saint Hipolite in 
Languedoc, in France. 

John De Guillauma (Guillamna), son of Daniel De Guillauma (Guillamna), by Margaret 
his wife, born at Labastide Darmaignac in Guiene. 

Paul La Tour, son of Stephen La Tour, by Frances his wife, born at Tuilaurens in 
Languedoc. 

Arnoldus Tullekens, son of Buttger Tullekens, by Mary his wife, born at Bosh in 
Plolland. 

Francis Ligonier, son of Lewis Ligonier, by Lowise his wife, born at Castres in 
Languedoc, in France. 

John Ricard, son of John Ricard, by Panntaude his wife, born at Lunell in Languedoc, 
in France. 

March: Anthony Bissiere, son of Lewis Bissiere, by Glaudine his wife, born in Geneva. 

Peter Frow, son of Peter Frow, by Jeane his wife, born at Vivaj in Swisserland. 

Gabriel Michelet, son of Peter Michelet, by Mary his wife, born at Tonneux in Guiene, 
in France. 

John Le Sueur, son of Francis Le Sueur, by Charlote his wife, born at La Ferte in France. 

Daniel Benar Pelisson, son of Hyiacinthe Benar Pelisson, by Ann his wife, born at 
Angers in Anjou. 

March Poullet, son of March Poullet, by Jeane his wife, born at Anduze in Languedoc. 

John Bourrely, son of Daniel Bourrely, by Frances his wife, born at Nismes in 
Languedoc. 

John Henry Guinard (Guinaud), son of James Guinard (Guinaud), by Susanna his wife, 
born at Newfchattel in Switzerland. 

Peter Guiball (Guiball), son of John Guibal, by Mary his wife, born at Ovigan in 
Languedoc, in France. 

Charles La Croix, son of Peter La Croix, by Margaret his wife, born at Livron in 
Dauphine. 

Henry Pascall, son of Benjamin Pascall, by Jeane his wife, born at The Hague in 
Holland. 

Bernard Frederick, son of Jacob Frederick, by Agneta his wife, born at Cothen in the 
Principality of Anhalt, in Germany. 

Peter Fabry, son of Andrew Fabry, by Catherine his wife, born at Guilestre in Dauphine, 
in France. 



1 3° Anna, No. 58. 

[On 8 June 1714 a petition was presented to the Commons for John Burr, merchant, 
born out of allegiance but of English parents, and always professed the Protestant 
religion and giyen testimony of his loyalty to her Majesty. The bill received the 
royal assent July 9. For its legislative historv see C.J. xvii, pp. 671, 677, 679, 687, 
691, 7 ”. 721 ; L-J. xix, pp. 736, 739, 742 745,' 759.]* 

* From the end of the reign of Anne the naturalizations cease to he preponderatingly those of Hugenots. It is 
therefore unnecessary to prefix the elaborated introductions giving the full legislative history of each bill. A brief 
note will therefore in eacli case suffice for the remaining Acts in this volume. It is only necessary to add that in 
each case the petition for the Bill states that the petitioner professes the true Protestant religion. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



121 



Daniel Burr, son of Nathaniel Burr, by Sophia his wife, born in Amsterdame. 



i° Georgij I, No. 17. 

(Received the royal assent 1715, July 20.) 

Florian Goebell, son of Florian Goebell and Katherine his wife, born in Hambrow. 



i° Georgij I, No. 18. 

(Received the royal assent 1715, July 20.) 

Herman Meijer (Meyer), son of Rudolph Meijer and Katherina his wife, born in Moscow. 



i° Georgij /, No. bo. 

(Received the royal assent 1715, Sept. 21.) 

Frederica, Countess of Holderness, daughter of Maynard, Duke of Schonburg, and 
Carolina his wife, born at Berlin in Brandenburgh. 

Peter Gravier, son of Peter Gravier and Margaret his wife, born at Montpelier in 
Languedock, in France. 

Theodore Boucher, son of Theodore Boucher and Anne his wife, born in the Island 
of Guardelope in America. 

Francis Masson (Mason), son of John Masson and Michel his wife, born at Dompiere 
near Paris in France. 



i° Georgij I, No. 61. 

(Received the royal assent 1715, Sept. 21.) 

Robert de Vlieger, son of Isack De Vlieger and Petronella his wife, born at The Bosh. 

George Christian Luders, son of Nicholas Luders and Ann his wife, born at Bronswyck 
in Lunenburgh. 

William Adolf Keller, son of Richard Keller and Johanna Odilia his wife, born at 
Wald in the Duchy of Berg in the Dominions of the Elector Palatine. 

Stephen Teissier, son of James Teissier and Susanna his wife, born in Languedock. 

Charles Loubier, son of Mathew Loubier and Mary his wife, born in Languadock. 

Bernard Naminck, son of Bartholomeus Naminck and Martina his wife, born at Amster- 
dame in Holland. (In the Commons Journals xviii, p. 202, these names are given as 
Robert Ulieger, George Christian Ludress, William Keller, Stephen Teissier, Charles 
Loubier and Bernard Naminick.) 



i° Georgij I, No. 65. 

(Received the royal assent 1715-16, Feb. 17.) 

Henry Cornelisen, son of Henry Cornelisen and Catherina Berghman his wife, born 
at Haerlem in Holland. 



i° Georgij I, No. 70. 

(Received the royal assent 1715-16, March 23.) 

Frederick Guliker, son of George Guliker, by Magdalen his wife, born at Hamburgh. 



i° Georgij I, No. 71. 

(Received the royal assent 1715-16, March 23.) 

Gerard Roeters, son of Jacob Roeters, by Perina Van Bensekum his wife, born at 
Amsterdam in Holland. (In C.J. xviii, p. 381, he is decribed as of London, merchant.) 



122 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



i° Georgij /, No. 86. 

(Received the royal assent 1716, April 12.) 

Caspar White, son of Jacob White, by Gidske his wife, born at Drunton in Norway. 



i° Georgij /, No. 106. 

Erengard Melosine, Baroness of Schulenburg, daughter of Gustavus Adolphus, Baron 
of Schulenburg, by Petronelle Odilie de Schwenken his wife, born at Emden in the 
Dutchy of Madgebourg. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1714 Dec. 29. Elie Paz, 

Solomon de Paz, of London, merchants. 

Mordecay Gomez, 

Jacob Gomez, 

Danieli Gomez, 

Davidi Gomez, of New York in America, merchants. ( Patent Roll, 
1 Geo. I, part. 6.) 



NATURALIZATION ACTS. 

3° Georgij I, No. 5. 

(Received the royal assent 1717, April 10.) 

Isaac Kuyckvan Mierop, son of Cornelis Kuyckvan Mierop, by Anna Magdalena 
Brouwerius his wife, born at Zelon upon the coast called Jaffnapatam in the East 
Indies. 



3° Georgij I, No 54. 

(The bill finally passed 1717, July 5.) 

John Jacob Heldt, son of George Helot [Heldt], by Cesa his wife, born at Hamburgh 
in Germany. 

Theodore Van Rheden (Vanrheden), son of John Van Rheden, by Ann his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

John Gercken, son of Ludewig Gercken, by Siebella his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

John Henry Vassmer, son of Hans Henry Vassmer, bv Agnesa his wife, born at Baren- 
burgh in Germany. 

Peter Rameyer, son of John Rameyer, by Mary his wife, born at Hamburgh in Germany. 

Christopher Gildemeester, son of John Gildemeester, by Helena his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. (In C.J. xviii, p. 610, the name appears as Gilde-Meester.) 

John Andrew Heyman, son of John Heyman, by Mary his wife, born at Seasen in 
Germany. 

Godfrey Weckell, son of David Weckell, by Anna his wife, born at Narva in Livonia. 

Peter Simond, son of Peter Simond, by Anna his wife, born at the Cape of Good Hope. 

Peter Devisme, son of Peter Devisme, by Mary his wife, born at Couy in Picardy. (In 
C.J. xviii, p. 612, the name appears as Peter Devismer.) 

Peter Vallete, son of Stephen Vallete, by Jane his wife, born at Bergerac in the Province 
of Guinne. 

Francis Caussen, son of John Caussen, by Margaret his wife, born at Lunel in 
Languedoc. (In C.J. xviii, p. 612, the name appears as Gaussen.) 

Christian Benjamin Mentzel, son of Christian Mentzel, by Anna Ursula his wife, born 
at Ilirschberg in Germany. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1717 May 10. Rodrigo Ximenes. 

Salomon deCastro. 

Abrahamo da Costa. 

Jacob Dias. 

Fernandes Daniel Dias. 

Fernandes Jacob da Costa. 

Isaac Sierra. ( Patent Roll, 3 Geo. I, part 3.) 

1717 July 10. Archibald Hope, senr., 

Henrico Hope, 

Joh[ann]i Hope, 

Archibald Hope, junr., 

Jacobo Hope, 

Isaaco Hope, 

Thome Hope, 

Adrian Hope, 

Zacharie Hope, sons of said Archibald Hope, senr., and born abroad. 
(Patent Roll, 3 Geo. I, part 4.) 



NA T URALIZA T 1 ONS. 

4 0 Georgij I, No. 4. 

(Bill received the royal assent 1717-8, Feb. 3.) 

Abraham Boetefeur, son of Henry Boetefeur, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

4 0 Georgij I, No. 38. 

(Bill finally passed 1717-8, March 17.) 

Peter Rose, son of John Henry Rose, by Ann his wife, born at Francfort in Germany. 

John Bourguet, son of John Boruguet, by Catherine his wife, born at Nismes in 
Languedock. 

Peter Conraed Swellengrebell, son of Hendrick Swellengrebell, by Anna his wife, 
born in Moscow. 

Peter Capon, son of John Capon, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bourdeaux in France. 

John Jochim Boetefeur, son of Jochim Boetefeur, by Sarah his wife, born at Hamburgh 
in Germany. (In C.J. xviii, p. 744, the name appears as John Botefeur.) 

Isaac Gervais, son of David Gervais and Susanna his wife, born at Montpellier in France. 

John Cartier, son of Peter Cartier, by Frances his wife, born at Neuuville in Swisserland. 

Arnold Lang, son of Henry Lang, by Adelheit his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

John Abraham Korten, son of Jasper Korten, by Mary his wife, born at Elberfeldt in 
Germany. 

Nicholas Toepken, son of John Toepken, by Ann his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Daniel Japie, son of Daniel Japie, by Judy Adrien his wife, born at Mornack in France. 

4 0 Georgij I, No. 39. 

(Bill finally passed 17,17-8, March 18.) 

Martin Ludolph, son of Martin Ludolph, by Christiana his wife, born at Lubeck in 
Lower Saxony. 

Ulrick Jansen, son of Jan Gerritts, by Henrietta his wife, born at Norden in East 
Friesland. 

John Ludolph Spellerberg, son of John Spellerberg, by Mary his wife, born at Hildes- 
heim in Germany. 

John Spieker, son of John Spieker, by Catherine his wife, born at Abo in the Dukedom 

of Finland. 

Laurence Gundelach, son of Francis Gundelach, by Magdalen his wife, born at Oranie 
Boom in the Dukedom of Anhault, in Germany. (The last two names were inserted 
in the bill in the Commons on the 18th March, 1717.8, C.J. xviii, p. 767.) 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1718 April 24. Elizabeth Burr, wife of Daniel Burr, late of Amsterdam, and now of the 
city of London, merchant, and 
Sophia and Rebecca Burr, their daughters, and 

Frederick and Daniel Burr, their sons, born abroad. ( Patent Roll, 
4 Geo. I, part 5.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

5 0 Georgij I, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 March, 1718-9.) 

Peter Sejourne, son of Peter Sejourne, by Mary his wife, born at Rochel in France. 

Samuel Dufresnay, son of John Dufresnay, by Martha his wife, born at Loudun in the 
Province of Touraine, in France. 

Peter Lucas, son of Gotfried Lucas, by Catherina his wife, born at Elverfield in 
Germany. 

5 0 Georgij I, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 March, 1718-9.) 

Ludowick Christian Sprogell, son of John Henry Sprogell, by Susanna Margaretta 
his wife, born at Quedlinbourgh in Lower Saxony, in Germany. 

50 Georgij I, No. 57. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 April, 1719.) 

Peter Lamy de Hame, son of John Lamy de Hame, by Susanna his wife, born at Clairac 
in the Province of Guiene, in France. 

Charlotte Whetstone, daughter of George and Henrietta Whetstone, born at Berlin in 
Germany. (In the Lords Journals xxi, p. 127, a petition was presented by Rene 
Cottiby for naturalization [under this bill]. His name however seems to have 
been dropped.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1719 April 24. John Mendes da Costa, junr., 

Jacob Martins, 

Francis Salvador, junr., 

Jacob Mendes da Costa, 

Abraham Bravo, 

Beniamin Bravo, 

Isaac Silva, born abroad. ( Patent Roll, 5 Geo. I, part 2.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

6° Georgij I, No. 35. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

Mary Sophia Charlotte, Viscountess Howe, wife of Scroop, Lord Viscount Howe, of the 
Kingdom of Ireland, daughter of John Adolphus, Baron of Kielmans Egge, deceased, 
by the Honorable Charlotte Kielmans Egge, Countess of Platen, born in Hanover. 



6° Georgij I, No. 36. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

Gerard Van Neck, son of Cornelius Van Neck, by Anna his wife, born at The Hague in 
Holland. (The Commons Journals xix, p. 190, describe him as a merchant.) 



6° Georgij l, No. 37. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

Bknnet Erasmus Hopfer, son of Anthony Ulrick Hopfer, by Christiana Barbara his 
wife, born at Stuttgard in the Dutchy of Wertenberg, in Germany. 



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6° Georgij I, No. 38. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

John Backer, son of John Backer, by Ann his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 
(The Commons Journals xix, p. 287, describe him as a merchant.) 

6° Georgij I, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

Samuell Gampert, son of John Ulric Gampert, by Anna Margaretta his wife, born in 
Geneva. (The Commons Journal xix, p. 190, describes him as a merchant.) 

6° Georgij I, No. 40. 

(Bill received royal assent 7, April, 1720.) 

Cornelius Backer, son of John Backer, by Anne his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. (The Commons Journals xix, p. 209 describe him as a merchant.) 

Henry de Putter, son of John de Putter, by Jea Van Ameland his wife, born in 
Amsterdam. 

6° Georgij I, No. 41. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

Francis Van Hemert and John Van Hemert, sons of Francis Van Hemert, by Anne his 
wife, born in Amsterdam. (The Commons Journals xix. p. 188, describe them as 
merchants, and give the name as Vanhemert.) 

Frederick Morgan, son of Marques Morgan, by Anna Sophia his wife, born in Copen- 
hagen. 

Henry Nicholas Sander, son of Frederick Sander, by Margaretta his wife, born in 
Lune-burgh. ( see L.J. xxi, p. 208.) 

6° Georgij I, No. 42. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 April, 1720.) 

John Henry Grutzmann, son of John Grutzmann, by Hester his wife, born at Mittaw in 
Courland. (The Commons Journals xix, p. 279, describe him as a merchant.) 

6 a Georgij I, No. 65. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 June, 1720.) 

Philip Germain (Germaine), son of John Germain, by Marv his wife, born at The Hague 
in Holland. 

George Hollmans, son of Robert Hollmans, by Katherine his wife, born in the Island of 
Borntholme in Denmark. 

6° Georgij I, No. 66. 

(Bill received royal assent n June, 1720.) 

George Angel, son of Lawrence Angel, by Katherine his wife, born at Saxe Gotha in 
Germany. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1719-20 Jan. 13. Christopher, Count de Degenfelds, born abroad. ( Patent Roll, 6 Geo. 
I, part 1.) 

1720 April 27. Claude Charlotte, Countess Dowager of Stafford, born abroad. ( Patent 
Roll, 6 Geo. I, part 3.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

7 0 Georgij I, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Jan. 1720-1.) 

John Robethon, son of John Robethon, by Anne his wife, born at Paris in France. 
George Robethon, son of John Robethon (first before mentioned), by Claude his wife, 
born in Cell, 



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7° Georgij I, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent ii Feb., 1720 — 1 .) 

Joachim Peterssen, son of Michael Peterssen, by Sarah his wife, born in Hambourgh. 

(The Commons Journals xix, p. 387, describe him as a merchant.) 

Henry Muilman, son of Peter Schout Muilman, by Mary his wife, born in Amsterdam. 
Benedict Koep, son of Benedict Koep, by Catherine his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

John Henry Ott, son of John Baptist Ott, by Dorethea his wife, born at Zurich in 
Switzerland. 

7 0 Georgij I, No. 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March 1 720-1.) 

Isabella, Countess of Denbigh, wife of William, Earl of Denbigh, daughter of Peter de 
Young, by Anne Mary Van Weede, born in Utrecht. 

7 0 Georgij I, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1720-1.) 

John Hartcup, son of Jeremiah Hartcup, by Catherine his wife, born in Hanover. 

7 0 Georgij I, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1720-1 .) 

Gilbert de Flines, son of Philips de Flines, by Agatha his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Christian Frederick Zincke, son of Christian Zincke, by Anna Catherina his wife, 
born at Dresden in Saxony. 

John Bruneau, son of William Bruneau, by Jane his wife, born at Nantes in Brittany, 
in France. 

Philip Meniconi, son of Francis Meniconi, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Leghorn in 
Italy. 

7 0 Georgij I, No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 June 1721.) 

James Masse, son of Jacob Masse, by Susanna his wife, born at Chateaudun in France. 
(The Commons Journals xix, p. 507, describes him as a merchant. The name is given 
as Masse, Masse and Massee.) 

Jacob Stolck, son of John Stolck, by Mary his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

7° Georgij I, No. 54. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 June, 1721.) 

John de Neufville, son of John de Neufville, by Johanna, his wife, born in Amsterdam. 
(The Commons Journals xix, p. 536, describes him as John Neufville junr.) 

7 0 Georgij I, No. 66. 

(Bill received roval assent 29 July 1721.) 

John Frederick Jales, son of Jacob Jales, by Katherine his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

7 0 et 8° Georgij, I, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 Aug. 1721.) 

James Lostau, son of John Lostau, by Mary his wife, born at Oleron in the Province of 
Bearn, in France. 



1720-1 Jan. 25. 
1720. Dec. 21. 
1721 May 2. 



1721 July 31. 



DENIZATIONS. 

Andreas Holwall, gent. ( Patent Roll, 7 Geo. I, part 3.) 

Sir Luke Schaub, (Ibid.) 

Jacob Mendes da Costa, 

Sarah Mendes da Costa, 

Benjamin Mendes da Costa, 

Joseph Mendes da Costa, 

Samuel Mendes da Costa, 

Mariana Mendes da Costa, children of John Mendes da Costa, junr., of 
London, merchant. (Ibid., part 4.) 

Sophia Charlotte, Countess Platen, Baroness Kilmansegge, and 
Caroline Kilmansegge, her daughter. (Ibid., part 5.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



127 



NATJJRA LIZA TIONS. 

8° Georgij I, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Dec., 1721.) 

Benedictus Detelef Von Thienen, son of Henry Von Thienen, by D’Olgort his wife, 
born at Kiel in Holstein. 

Melusine, Baroness of Schoulenbourg, daughter of Frederick Agatz, Baron of Schou- 
lenbourg, by Margaret Gertrude his wife, born at Hehlen in Brunswick Wolfenbuttel, 
in Germany. 

8° Georgij I, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Dec., 1721.) 

Jeanne Coltee Du Carel, relict of Jaques Coltee Du Carel, deceased, daughter of Andre 
Crommelin, by Mary Jeanne his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Charles Joseph Guillaumot De la Bergerie, son of Francois Rene Guillaumot De la 
Bergerie, by Anne his wife, born at Vandosme in France. 

John Martin Stehelin, son of Jean Stehelin, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Strasbourgh 
in France. (In C.J. xix, pp. 661, 663, 665, he is described as Stekelin.) 

Sophia Charlotte, Countess of Leinster, in the Kingdom of Ireland, daughter of 
Francis Ernest, Count Platen, by Clara Elizabeth his wife, born at Osnabrug in 
Germany. 

8° Georgij I, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Dec., 1721.) 

Auguste Tabuteau, son of Stephen Tabuteau, by Rene his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Joseph Murat, son of Peter Murat, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Monpelier in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Philip David Camp, son of John Camp, by Maria Sophia his wife, born at Cologn in 
Germany. 

John Boissier, son of William Boissier, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

Gaspard Sellon, son of John Sellon, by Frances his wife, born in Geneva. 

8° Georgij I, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Feb., 1721-2.) 

Samuel Palmer, son of Samuel Palmer, merchant, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Rotter- 
dam in Holland. 

8° Georgij I, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Feb., 172 1-2.) 

Lucas Steinman, son of Detloff Steinman, by Margretta Gerdruth his wife, born at 
Itzehoe in the Dutchy of Holstein. 

Paul Kruger, son of John Kruger, by Cornelia his wife, born in Hambrough. 

Henry Boon, son of John Boon, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

8° Georgij I, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Feb., 1721-2.) 

Christopher Scliele, son of George Scheie, by Margaret his wife, born at Zell in 
Germany. 

8° Georgij I, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Mar., 1721-2.) 

Agatha Drummond (wife of John Drummond, Esquire), daughter of Henry Vanderbent, 
by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

8° Georgij I, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Mar., 1721-2.) 

James Girardot, son of Paul Girardot, by Magdelaina his wife, born at Paris in France, 

Paul Amsink, son of Paul Amsink, by Christiana his wife, born at Hamburgh in 
Germany. (Appears as Amsinck in Lords Journals xxi, p. 717.) 



128 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



8° Georgij I, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Mar., 1721-2.) 

John Blydesteijn, son of Lubbertus Blydesteijn, by Petronella Oedekerk his wife, born 
at Zwol in Holland. (The Lords Journals xxi, p. 717, give the name as Blydestein.) 



1721 Nov. 16. 

1722 May 19. 
1722 April 13. 



DENIZATIONS. 

Antonio Lopes Suasso, Baron d’Avernas le Gras, and 
Eleonora his daughter. ( Patent Roll, 8 Geo. /, part 2.) 
Moses Hart, of London, merchant, and 
Moses Hyem Hart, his son. (Ibid., part 4.) 

Sophia Charlotte Offeln, Countess de Platen. (Ibid.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

9 0 Georgij 1 , No. 4. 

[Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1722. Amongst the names of persons who petitioned 
to be added to this bill is that of James Chrest, but he did not take the oaths and was 
omitted. See L.J. xxii, p. 31. He occurs in Hodshon’s bill below.) 

Luder Mello, son of Luder Mello, by Marguerite Catherine his wife, born at Hamburgh 
in Germany. 

Benjamin Berckenhout, son of Paul Berckenhout, by Anna Margaretha his wife, born 
at Hamburgh in Germany. 

William Isaac Kops, son of Isaac Kops, by Agnes his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Gerrard Swartz (Swart), son of Rudolph Ameling Swartz, by Regina Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Osnabruck in Westphalia. 

Moses Rigail, son of Geraud Rigail, by Mary his wife, born at Montauban in France. 

Herman Jacobo (Jacobs), son of Nicholas Jacobo, by Catherine his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

John Girardot, son of John Girardot, bv Jane his wife, born at Paris in France. 

James De Roussel, son of Paul De Roussel, by Rachel his wife, born at Pre upon the 
River of Marnn in Champaign, in France. 

Paul Heeger, son of Paul Heeger, by Katherina Margareta his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

Balthazar Swartz, son of John Henry Swartz, by Adelheid Sybilla his wife, born at 
Lubeck in Saxony. 

Frederick Voguell, son of Henry Voguell, by Anna Agnesa his wife, born at Herfordt 
in Westphalia. 

9 0 Georgij /, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1722. For the addition of the last three names 
see C.J. xx, p. 85.) 

John Anthony Loubier, son of Anthony Loubier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Nismes 
in the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Henry Loubier, son of Anthony Loubier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Nismes in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Anthony Loubier, son of Mathew Loubier, by Marv his wife, born at Nismes in Langue- 
dock, in France. 

James Teissier, son of Stephen Teissier, by Claude his wife, born at Geneva in Switzer- 
land. 

Jacob Vanden Raden, son of Jacob Vanden Raden, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Amsterdam in Holland. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



129 



9° Georgij I, No. 21. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1722-3.) 

Elizabeth Burr (wife of Daniel Burr, Esquire), daughter of Frederick Dancherts, by 
Petoranella his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Sofia Rebecka Burr, daughter of aforesaid Daniel Burr, by Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Amsterdam in Holland. 

Frederick and Daniel Burr (minors), (14 years and 12 years or thereabouts respectively), 
sons of aforesaid Daniel Burr, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

9 0 Georgij I, No. 22. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1722-3.) 

John Berckenhout, son of Paul Berckenhout, by Anna Margeretha his wife, born at 
Hamburg in Germany. 

Jacob Hansson Busk, son of Hans Hansson Busk, by Barbro his wife, born at Kongelff 
in Sweden. 

9 0 Georgij I, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 April, 1723.) 

John Baring, son of Francis Baring, by Rebecca his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

io° Georgij I, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Feb., 1723-4). 

John Herman, son of Paul Herman, Doctor of Physick and Professor of Botany at the 
University of Leyden, and Gertruyd his wife, born at Leyden in Holland. 

io° Georgij I, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Feb., 1723-4. For the names added in the Lords see L.J. 
xxii, p. 247.) 

William Hodshon, son of Albertus Hodshon, by Helena his wife, born at Amsterdam 

in Holland. 

Francis Noguier, son of Simon Noguier, by Susanna his wife, born at Genoa in Italy. 

Daniel Renaud, son of Jonas Anthony Renaud, by Susanna his wife, born at Neuschatel 
in Switzerland. 

James Chrest, son of James Chrest, by Anna Maria his wife, born at Basil in Switzer- 
land. 

Peter Vomkampe, son of Lucas Vonkampe, by Catharine his wife, born at Hamburgh 
in Germany. 

Henry Gilbert, son of Henry Gilbert, by Johanna his wife, born at Alais in the Province 
of Languedoc in France. (The name appears as Gibert in L.J. xxii, p. 247.) 

Anthony Martha, son of Nicholas Martha, by Mary his wife, born at Annonay in 
Vivares, in France. 

io° Georgij I, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Feb., 1723-4. For Horner’s name see C.J. xx, p. 264.) 

John Gerhardt Moller, son of John Harder Moller, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Hambro in Germany- (The name appears as M ’Oiler in the Commons Journals xx, 
P- 243 -) 

James Horner, son of James Horner, by Catharina his wife, born at Basil in Switzerland. 

io° Georgij 1 , No. 21. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Mar., 1723-4. For Vvver’s name see C.J. xx, p. 302.) 

Henry Voght, son of John Voght, by Anne Margaretha his wife, born in Bremen. 

Sebastianus Van Weenigem de Vyver, son of Leonard de Vyver, by Magdalena his wife, 
born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

io° Georgij I, No. 45. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 April, 1724.) 

John Wern, son of Martin Wern, by Mary his wife, born at Aarhuus in Denmark. 

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DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



io° Georgij I, No. 46. 

(Bill received roval assent 24 April, 1 7 * F° r Schaart’s name see C.J. xx, p. 3 2 ^)- 
John Van Rixtel, son of Jacob Van Rixtel, by Sarah his wife, born at Haerlem in 
Holland. 

Ludolff Schaart, son of Ludolff Schaart, by Anne his wife, born at Hanover in Germany. 



DENIZATIONS. . 

1723 Dec. 10. Albert Muller, of Bristol, merchant. ( Patent Roll, 10 Geo. I, part 1.) 
1723 Sept. 12. Danieli Lamy. 

Theodor’ Bruckman, senr. 

Georgio Carolo Bruckman. 

Johi Theor’ (Theodor) Bruckman. 

Ludwig Stortz von Bekz. 

Join Pantin, senr. 

Johi Pantin, junr. 

Petro Jailliard Bressau. 

Francisco Martin. 

Petro de l’Etang. 

Florenc David. 

Ludovico Sechehay. 

Ludovico Bion. 

Claudio Edet. 

Jacob Lasson. 

Jacobo Mourgues. 

Antonio Rivers, alias Riviere. 

Paulo Crespn (Crespin). 

Mardocke D’Almeyda. 

Henrico Isaacs. 

Antonio Hebert. 

Jone [Jonas] Dupont. 

Matthie Dupont. 

Hyam Moses. 

Levy Moses. 

Aaron Senior. 

Jean Petro Fountains. 

Ernesto Augusto Jager. 

Christiano Henrick Brande. 

Petro Blanchard. (Ibid., part 3.) 

NA T V R A LIZA TIONS. 

1 1 0 Georgij I, No. 5.* 

(Bill received royal assent 1724, Dec. 16.) 

John Tolet, son of John Tolet, by Katherine his wife, born at Pardies in Bearn in France. 
John Herman Zur Horst, son of John Herman Zur Horst, bv Anna Katherina his wife, 
born at Ham in Westphalia. (John Herman Zur Houst in C.J. xx, p. 338.) 
Mathew Clarmont, son of Mathew Clarmont, by Jeanne his wife, born at Bordeaux in 
the Province of Guienne, in France. 

John Boucher, son of John Boucher, by Frances his wife, born at Ber^erat in the Pro- 
vince of Guienne, in France. 

Gideon Caulet, son of Mark Caulet, by Judith his wife, born at Castres in the Province 
of Guienne, in France. 

Gaspard Boissier, son of John Boissier, by Anne his wife, born at Geneva in Swisserland. 

* On the 28th Novemlx'r. 1724, a petition was presented praying for t he naturalization of Ahraham Wesselowsky, 
ami leave was given to bring in a Hill. No further proceedings were taken on it. {See C.J. xx, p. 351.) 



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John Chalie, son of Peter Chalie, by Sarah his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

Lewis Frederick d’Oryille, son of James d ’Orville, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Meysenheim in the Dutchy of Deuxpons in Germany. 

Peter Stample, son of Paul Stample, by Margarite his wife, born at Paris in France. 

Barent Schimmel Pennine, son of Thomas Schimmel Pennink, by Gesien his wife, born 
at Almedos in the Province of Overyssell, in Holland. 

Francis Arbouin (Arbovin in L.J. xx, p. 365), son of Francis Arbouin, by Margarite his 
wife, born at Pons in France. 

Henry Neau, son of Peter Neau, by Grabrielle Bernandeau his wife, born at Bourgneuf in 
France. 

ii° Georgij I, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 1724-5, Feb. 17.) 

Paul Broulhet, son of Peter Broulhet, bv Connette his wife, born at Millau in Rouergne. 

ii° Georgij I, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 1724-5, Feb. 17.) 

Jacob Wolff, son of Sigismond Adam Wolff, by Margaret his wife, born in Livonia. 

Peter Buck, son of Benedictus Buck, by Sophia his wife, born at Stalberg in the Duke- 
dom of Newburgh. (See C.J. xx, p. 412 ; L.J. xxii, p. 398.) 

Daniel Vernezobre, son of Mathew Vernezobre, by Anne his wife, born at Konigsberg 
in Prussia. 

Francis Lewis FIugonin, son of John Hugonin, by Sarah Frances his wife, born at La 
Tour de Pil in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. (See L.J. xxii, p. 398.) 

ii° Georgij I, No. 44. 

(Bill received royal assent 1724-5, March 24.) 

Mary Marie de La Croze, wife of Anthony Marie de La Croze, Doctor of Divinity, 
daughter of Samuel Gilbert, by Mary his wife, born at Alancon in Normandy. 

ii° Georgij I, No. 73. 

(Bill received royal assent 1725, May 31.) 

Roger Harenc, son of Roger Harenc, by Mary Magdeleine his wife, born at Paris in 
France. 

Mathew de Neufville, son of Isaac de Neufville, by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. (See L.J. xxii, pp. 503, 562.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1725 June 30. Alvaro Lopes Suasso, 

Mosi Lopes Pereira, 

Abrahamo Lopes Dias, 

Jacob Fonseca, 

Benjamino Mendes da Costa, 

Jacob Abenater Pimentel, 

Aaroni de Medina, 

Johi da Costa, of London, merchants. 

Mosi Lopes, junr., of the island of Barbadoes, 
Jacob Alvares, of the island of Nevis, 
merchants. (Paient Roll, 11 Geo. I, part 3.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

12 0 Georgij I, No. 42. 

(Bill received roval assent 26 April, 1726.) 

John Pontz, son of John Peter Pontz, by Esther his wife, born at La Seube in Bearne, in 
France. (The name appears as Pontz in the Lords Journals and as Poutz in the 
Commons Journals.) 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



John Christopher Balthasar Wagner, son of Balthasar Wagner, by Margaretha his 
wife, born at Sonnenberg in Saxony. 

Conrade Smith, son of Arnold Smith, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Herford in West- 
phalia. (See C.J. xx, p. 646; L.J. xxii, p. 609.) 

Joseph Bouer, son of Joseph Bouer, by Clara his wife, born at Saint Remo in the Terri- 
tories of Genoa. 

Isaac Lermet, son of Francis Lermet, by Gabrielle his wife, born at Gluiras in the Province 
of Vivarais, in France. 



12 0 Georgij I, No. 43. 

(Bill received royal assent 1726, April 26.) 

Jean Jaques Coulliette De Valicourt, son of Jean C'oulliette, by Anne his wife, born 
at Saint Quintin in France. 

13 0 Georgij I, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 1726-7, Feb. 20.) 

Daniel Crespin, son of Bernard Crespin, by Salome Waidman his wife, born at Lausanne 
in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

1 3° Georgij I, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 1726-7, Feb. 20.) 

Louis Sechehaye, son of Peter Sechehaye, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Metz in the 
Bishoprick of Metz and Verdun. 

George Frideric Handel, son of George Handel, by Dorothy his wife, born at Hall in 
Saxony. (See C.J. xx, p. 748 ; L.J. xxiii, pp. 36, 37, 38.) 

Anthony Fursteneau, son of Gerhard Anthony Fursteneau, by Clara Beaute his wife, 
born at Osnabruck in Westphalia. 

Michael Schlegel, son of Michael Schlegel, by Anne his wife, born at Gorlitz in Saxony. 

1 3° Georgij I, No. 13. 

(Bill received royal assent 1726-7, March 24.) 

Abraham Lindberg, son of Abraham Johan ne Lindberg, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Orebro and Glautshammar in the Kingdom of Sweden. 

John Gabriel Bohman, son of Johan Bohman, by Mary his wife, born at Swana Bruck 
in the Kingdom of Sweden. 

Mark Anthony Nay, son of Robert Nav, by Anna Theresia Duplovinage, born at Doway 
in Flanders. 

Herman Van Dalom, son of Stephen Van Dalom, by Sarah his wife, born at Leyden in 
Holland. (See C.J. xx, p. 802 ; L.J. xxiii, p. 48.) 

James Benezet, son of John Benezet, by Mary Magdaleine his wife, born at Abbeville in 
Picardie. 

William Medhurst, son of John Medhurst, by Elizabeth Snabelius his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

David Rebotier, son of Charles Rebotier, bv Margaret his wife, born at St. John de 
Gardonnenque in Cevenes. 

13 0 Georgij I, No. 14. 

(Bill received royal assent 1726-7, March 24.) 

Louis Aubert Duplessis, son of John Aubert Duplessis, by Anna Sarry his wife, born 
at Chalon in Champagne, in France. 

• 

13 0 Georgij I, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 1726-7, March 24.) 

Lewis Guilleman, son of Peter Guilleman, by Mary his wife, born at Leez in Navarre. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1727 Feb. 10. Hubert Guichard, planter, resident in the island of St. Christopher in 
America. ( Patent Roll, 13 Geo. I, part 3.) 

1727 June 28. Most Lopez Dias. 

Abrahamo Cortissos. 

Michael Pacheco da Sylva. 

Aaron Rodriguez Dias. 

Isaaco Mendez Alvarez. 

Gabriel de Villa Nova. 

Jacob Dias de Carvalho. (Ibid., part 4.). 



NATURALIZATIONS. 
i° Georgi] 2& No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1727-8.) 

Abraham Wesselow, son of Paul Wesselow, by Mary his wife, born at Rostow in Russia. 



i° Georgij 2<ii No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1727-8.) 

Adam Oldenburg, son of Christopher Oldenburg, by Anne his wife, born at Riga in 
Russia. 

Phillipe Dumoustier, son of James Dumoustier de Vatre, by Madelaine his wife, born 
at Saint Quentin in France. (The name appears as Dumourtier in C.J. xxi, p. 34.) 

Ciprien Rondeau, son of John Rondeau, by Susanne his wife, born at Saint Quentin 
in France. ( See L.J. xxiii. pp. 191, 195; C.J. xxi. p. 94.) 

Conrad de Smeth, son of John de Smeth, by Margaretha his wife, born at Hartzigerode 
in the Principality of Anhalt in Germany. 

Henry Willers, son of Henry Willers, by Rebecca his wife, born at Hambro in Germany. 
(Willers took the sacrament at a Lutheran church. The Lords referred it to a 
Committee to consider whether this was in accordance with the Act of 7 James I. The 
House finally accepted the ceremony as sufficient. See L.J. xxiii, pp. 197,, 213, 215.) 



i° Georgij 2 di No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 April, 1728.) 

John Lanove, son of James Lanove, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Maurice Viuarets 
in France. 



i° Georgij 2 di No. 54. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 May, 1728.) 

James Delerme, son of John Antony Delerme, by Magdalena his wife, born in Geneva. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1728 April 23. Petro Augusto Samson, of the parish of St. Martin’s in the Fields, 
co. Midd. ( Patent Roll, 1 Geo. II, part 4.) 

1728 June 1. Antonio Depas, of the city of London, merchant. (Ibid., part 7.) 
1728 June 1. Josepho Da Costa Villa Real, 

Abrahamo Osorio, of the city of London, merchants. (Ibid., part 9.) 



NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

2 0 Georgij 2 di No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Feb., 1728-9.) 

Peter Frere Brotherson, son of Rene Frere, by Jeanne his wife, born in the Province 
of Poitou, in the Kingdom of France. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



2° Georgij 2 d * No. io. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar. 1728-9.) 

Peter Lapierre, son of Stephen Lapierre, by Susanna his wife, born at Vigan in France. 

John Stephen Benezet, son of John Benezet, by Mary Magdelena his wife, born at 
Abbeville in France. 

Stephen Teissier, son of Stephen Teissier, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

Godfrey Schreve, son of John Schreve, by Magdalena his wife, born at Lippstadt in 
Germany. (The name appears as Shrevein C.J. xxi, p. 197.) 

Theodore Delafaye, son of the Reverend James Delafaye, Doctor in Divinity, by Mary 
Chaturin his wife, born at Utrecht in Holland. (See C.J. xxi, p. 284.) 

John Tamesz (iunr.), son of John Tamesz, by Gertruij his wife, born at Muscow in Russia. 
(See L.J. xxiii, pp. 326-7.) 

Henry Lang, son of Luder Lang, by Anne his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Theodore Dorrien, son of Ludolph Christian Dorrien, by lisa Mary his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

Nathaniel (Nathanael) St. Andre, son of David St. Andre, by Magdalen his wife, born 
at Lausan in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

2 0 Georgij 2 di No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar. 1728-9.) 

John Jacob Dillenius, son of Justus Frederick Dillenius, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Darmstadt in Germany. 

Bridget Pollard, daughter of Bedford Whiting, by Anne his wife, born at Lisle in 
Flanders. 

John Elont, son of Stephen Elont, by Margarela his wife, born at Archangel in Russia. 
(The name appears as Elout in C.J. xxi, p. 249.) 

2 0 Georgij 2 di No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., .1728-9.) 

James Passano, son of John Passano, by Catherine his wife, born at Geneve, belonging 
to the Republick of Geneve. 

2 0 Georgij 2 di No. 68. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 May, 1729.) 

John Jullian, son of Jacob Jullian, by Jane his wife, born at Sommieres in Languedock 
in France. 

Isaac Panchaud, son of David Panchaud, bv Barbara his wife, born at Grandson in the 
Canton of Bern, in Swisserland. 

3 0 Georgij 2 di No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Feb., 1729-30.) 

Paul 1 orras, son of Paul I'orras, by Catharine his wife, born at Beauchastel in the 
Province of Vivarez, in France. 

Fulcrand Mourgue, son of John Mourgue, by Mary his wife, born at Marsithargues in 
the Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Edward Oldenburgh, son of Claus Albert Oldenburgh, by Ann Dorothy his wife, born 
at Kiel in Germany. 

John Anthony De Normandie, son of Andrew De Normandie, bv Lucy his wife, born 
at The Hague in Holland. 

James ( leopas Simond, son of Peter Simond, by Ann De Beran his wife, born at the 
Cape of Good Hope in Affrica. 

( ksar Le Maistre, son of Peter Le Maistre, by Louisa his wife, born at Paris in France. 

\\ ILI.IAM Obreen, son of Otto Obreen, bv Anna his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 
(Sec C.J. xxi, p. 452.) 

Francis Lewis Gander, son of William Gander, bv 1 Jester his wife, born at Yverdun 
in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

Peter Lullin and John Anthony Lullin, sons of Mark Lullin, bv Sarah his wife, born 
in Geneve. 



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James de la Greuze, son of Solomon de la Greuze, by Jaqueline his wife, born at Paris 
in France. 

Peter M oilman, son of Peter Sellout Muilman, by Mary his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 

Conrad Lang, son of Luder Lang, by Anne his wife, born in the City of Bremen in 
Germany. (The last 5 persons are described as merchants in L.J. xxiii, p. 477.) 

3 0 Georgij 2 dl No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Feb., 1729-30.) 

Herman Broyel, son of Hendrick Van Broyel, by Meyntie his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

(C.J. xxi, ji. 410, desribes him as Herman Broijel, gentleman.) 

3 0 Georgij 2 di No. 15.* 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1729-30.) 

Nicholas Lewis Well, son of Lewis Well, by Margareta his wife, born at Hamburg in 
Germany. 

James Guyon, son of John Guyon, by Susanna his wife, born at the Isle of Re in France. 

Francis Theophilus Guiteau, son of Francis Guiteau, by Martha his wife, born at 
Amsterdam in Flolland. (See L.J. xxiii, pp. 507 510; C.J. xxi, p. 512.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1729 June 28. Marie Catharine, wife of William Godolphin, Esq, commonly called 
Marchioness of Blanford. ( Patent Roll, 3 Geo. II, part 2.) 



NA T UR A LIZA TIONS . 

4 0 Georgij 2 di No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Feb., 1730-1.) 

Philip Jacob de Neufville, son of John de Neufville, by Susanna Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Franckfort upon the River Maine, in Germany. 

Abraham de Riemer, son of Abraham de Riemer, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Amster- 
dam in Holland. 

Aubin John Demasse, son of John Demaffe (Demasse), by Ann his wife, born at 
Amsterdam in Holland. 

Joachim Matthew Stelter, son of Martin Andrea Stelter, by Gertrude Judith his wife, 
born at Colbery in Pomerania. 

John Duntze, son of Didery Duntze, by Anne his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 
(In C.J. xxi, p. 61 1, he is described as of the city of Exeter, merchant.) 

Maria Ludoyhca Pitt, daughter of John Bernier, by Mary his wife, and wife of George 
Pitt of Shroton in the County of Dorset, Esquire, born at Utrecht in Holland. (See 
C.J. xxi, p. 635.) 

John Schaak, son of Jeremiah Schaak, by Deborah his wife, born at Delft in Holland. 

John Berru-Rous, son of Peter Berru-Rous, by Susannah his wife, born at Bordeaux in 
France. (In L.J. xxiii, p. 609, the name is given as John Berry Rous.) 

Henry Charles Ragueneau, son of Lewis Ragueneau, by Magdalena his wife, born at 
Paris in France. 

Alexander Eynard, son of Isaac Eynard, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Labeaume 
Cornillane in Dauphine, in France. 

John Meyer, son of Joan Everhard Mever, by Mary his wife, born at Leyden in Holland, 

John Lewis Hansen, son of Nicholas Hansen, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Tundern 
in Holstein. 

Matthew Nadal, son of James Nadal, by Mary his wife, born at Lasalle in Sevenes. 

* On the 27th Feb., 1729 30, a petition was read for the naturalization of Jane Elizabeth Tyrrell, and leave was 

given to bring in a bill, but no further reference occurs. (C.J. xxi, p, 466.) 



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NATURALIZATIONS : DENIZATIONS. 



4° Georgij 2 di No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 March, 1730-1.) 

Hieronimus De Salis, Esquire, son of Baron Peter De Salis, by Margaret his wife, born 
at Coire in the Country of Orisons. 

4 0 Georgij 2 di No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 March 1 730-1. The proceedings in this bill are not indexed 
in the Journals of either House.) 

Maria Catharina Godolphin, wife of the Honourable William Godolphin, Esquire (com- 
monly called Marquis of Blandford), daughter of Peter de Jong, by Anna Maria his 
wife, born at Utrecht in the Netherlands. (In L.J. xxiii, p. 649, her name is given as 
Catherina Godolphin.) 

4 0 Georgij 2 di No. 10 A 
(Bill received royal assent 24 March 1 730-1.) 

Mary Anne de la Fontaine, wife of Charles de la Fontaine, of London, merchant, 
daughter of Charles Ranson, by Elizabeth his wife, born at la Touche de Bourgin 
Angoumois. 

4 0 Georgij 2 di No. 21. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 April, 1731.) 

Isaac Lacam, son of Andrew Lacam, by Mary his wife, born at Tournon in the Province 
of Agenois, in France. 

Peter Korten, son of Casper Korten, by Mary his wife, born at Elberfeldt in Germany. 

John Isaac Dumoustier, son of Samuel Dumoustier, by Elizabeth Ester his wife, born 
at St. Quentin in Picardy. (See C.J. xxi, p.721.) 

William Magens, son of Peter Magens, by Solome Anna his wife, born at Hamborough 
in Germany. 

Anthony Combetes, son of Peter Combetes, by Mary his wife, born at Milleau in Rouerge 
in France. 

4 0 Georgij 2 di No. 67. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 May, 1731.) 

Ernst Bardewieck, son of Henrick Bardewieck, by Anna his wife, born at Oldenburg in 
Germany. (In L.J. xxiii, p 671, he is described as Ernst Bardiwieck, merchant. 
See also ibid., pp. 682, 690.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1730 Dec. 7. Isaaco Viana, alias Isaaco Dias. 

Fernando (Fernandes) Isaaco Lopes Dias. 

Jacobo Alveres (Alverez) Pereira, alias Gabrieli de Lima. 
Benjamino Rodrigues Dias. 

Abrahamo Da Fonseca. 

Isaaco Salvador. 

Mosi Mendes Da .Costa. 

Jacob Brandon. 

Pedro Guilliermo (Guillermo) Vizente (Vijente). 

Isaaco Lusitano de Pinna. 

Raphaeli Francia. ( Patent Roll, 4 Geo. II, part 2; Privy Seals Chan- 
cery, Nov. 1730.) 

1730 Nov. 2. John Vanderpool, of the island of St. Christopher in America. (Patent 
Roll, 4 Geo. II, part 2.) 



• On the 24th Feb., 1730-1, a petition was presented from George Pitt, of Stratfield Sea, Co. Southampton, Eng., 
on behalf of his grandchildren, George, James, and Lucy Pitt, all infants, setting forth that they were all born out 
of the allegiance but are all educated in the Protestant religion in this kingdom, and praying leave to introduce a 
bill for their naturalization. Leave was granted but no further proceedings occur. (C.J. xxi, p. 642.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



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NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

5° Georgij 2 di No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Feb., 1 731-2.) 

Leonard Lockman, Esquire, son of John Lockman, Esquire, by Elizabeth his wife, born 
in Hanover. 

5 0 Georgij 2 di No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Feb., 1 731-2.) 

Agnes Coussmaker, wife of Bernard Coussmaker of the Parish of St. Margaret’s, West- 
minster, daughter of William Isaac Kops, by Ann his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

5 0 Georgij 2 di No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Feb., 1 731-2.) 

Thomas and Joseph Malan, sons of Thomas Malan, by Anne his wife, born at Morindol 
in Province. 

Francis Wynantz, son of Peter Wynantz, by Adelgunda his wife, born at Dantzick in 
Polish Prussia. ( See C.J. xxi., p. 807.) 

James Caulet, son of James Caulet, by Martha his wife, born at Bordeaux in France. 

John Caulet, son of Mark Caulet, by Judith his wife, born at Casheo near Bordeaux, in 
France. 

Thomas Du Bisson, son of Peter Du Bisson, by Esther his wife, born at Caen in 
Normandy. 

John Henry de Morin, son of Francis de Morin, by Anne Magdalen his wife, born at 
The Hague in Holland. 

Mary Alstrom, daughter of Thore Carlson (Calson), by Anna his wife, born at Alingohs 
in Sweden. 

James Chalie, son of Peter Chalie, by Sarah his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

Jochim Van Coln, son of Jochim Van Coin, by Anna Magdalen his wife, born in 
Hamburgh. 

Frederick de Veer, son of Frederick de Veer, by Anna his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

Ernst Godfried Opitz, son of Godfried Opitz, by Anna Regina his wife, born at Breslaw 
in Silesia. 

Michael Miller, son of Michael Miller, by Elizabeth his wife, born at St. Gall in Switzer- 
land. 

5 0 Georgij 2 d * No. 67. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 June, 1732.) 

Nicholas Haijman, son of Nicholas Haijman, by Sarah his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

5 0 Georgij 2 dl No. 68. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 June, 1732.) 

Joseph Guinand, son of James Guinand, by Susanna his wife, born at Neuchatel in 
Switzerland. (Guinand presented a petition for naturalization on behalf of himself 
and as guardian of David Dumouchel, an infant, 2 Mar., 1731-2. See C.J. xxi., p. 827.) 

David Dumouchel, of the age of fourteen yeares, son of Thomas Dumouchel, by Mary 
his wife, born at Dieppe in Normandie. 

Charles Holzendorf, Esquire, son of Ernst Holzendorf, by Sophia Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Berlin in Germany. ( See C.J. xxi, p. 895.) 

James Dulamon, son of James Dulamon, by Jeane his wife, born at Montdemarsan in 
Guienne. (In L.J. xxiv the name is given as Dulanan.) 

Isaac Van Alsendelft, son of William Van Alsendelft, by Magtel his wife, born at 
Delft in Holland. (In L.J. xxiv, pp. 75 and 79, the name is given as Assendelft ; so 
in C.J. xxi, p. 895.) 

Hermanus Berens, son of Hermanus Berens, by Repina his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. 



138 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



6° Georgij 2 (1 > No. 14. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1732-3.) 

Justus Gerhard, son of John Gerhard, by Catherina Elizabeth his wife, born at Hilders- 
keim in Germany. 

Paul L’Hospital, son of Bernard L’Hospital, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Purnell in 
Agenois in Guiene, in France. 

William Christian Hamburger, son of Dionisius Hamburger, by Elizabeth Barbara his 
wife, born at Ratisbon in Germany. ( See L.J., xxiv, p. 195; C.J. xxii, p. 85.) 

John Clason, junior, son of John Clason, by Anna his wife, born at Stockholm in Sweden. 

Matz Andersen Gronhoff, son of Anders Gregersen Gronhoff, by Kirsten Gregersen 
his wife, born at Tonsberg in Norway. 

Nicholas Van Beeck, son of Mathew Van Beeck, by Catherina his wife, born in 
Amsterdam. 

Joshua Van Neck, son of Cornelis Van Neck, by Anna his wife, born at The Hague. 

Peter Stapel, son of Revnier Stapel, by Anna his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

Evert Van Harthals, son of Marselis Van Harthals, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Gorida in Holland. 

6° Georgij 2 di No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 May 1733.) 

Jean Lagier Lamotte, son of Claude Lagier Lamotte, by Maria his wife, born in Geneve. 

George Godfried Hasenfeller, son of Godfried Hasenfeller, by Margretta his wife, 
born at Dorpat in the Province of Livonia. (In L.J. xxiv, p. 236, the name is given 
as Godfried Hasenfeller.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1732 Aug. 2. Marie Maillard, 

Johi Maillard, 

Jeremie Maillard, 

Isaac Isaacus Vanderpoole, residing in the island of St. Christopher in 
America, and his heirs. ( Patent Roll, 6 Geo. II, part 1.) 

Rebecce de Campos, 

Mosi Lopes, 

Jacob Frois, 

Davidi Lindo, 

Davidi Lopes, 

Aaron Lopes Mozens, 

Isaaco de Campos Pereira, and 

Aaron de Mattos Gutteres, of the island of Barbardos in America. 
(Ibid., part 2.) 

NATU RALIZATIONS . 

7 0 Georgij 2^1 No. 2. 

. (Bill received royal assent 21 Feb., 1733-4.) 

Buttner, son of Elias Buttner, by Anna Rusina his wife, born in 
Schmiedeberg. 

John Lewis Kraguelius, son of Conrade Kraguelius, by Metta his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Andrew and James Coltee Du Carel, sons of James C'oltee du Carel, by Marv Jane 
his wife, born in Paris. ( See L.J. xxiv, p. 344; C.J. xxii, p. 248.) 

Isaac Correjolles, son of Jacques Correjolles, bv Marv his wife, born in Rotterdam. 
John Adolph Schroder, son of Caspar Schroder, by Anne Catherine his wife, born at 
Belfeld in Germany. 

Peter Dupont, son of John Dupont, bv Marv his wife, born at Rouen in Normandv. 
Henry Riesenbeck, son of Henry Riesenbeck, by Regina Margreta his wife, born at 
Osnabruck in Westphalia. 

Jacob Reinhold, son of Jacob Reinhold, by Catherine his wife, born at Mosco. 



1732 Dec. 15. 



John Mathew 



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139 



7° Georgij 2 di No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent lb April 1734.) 

His Most Serene Highness William Charles Henry Fbfso, Prince of Orange and 
Nassau, descended from that illustrious house, married the Princess Royal of England. 

7 0 Georgij 2 di No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 April 1734.) 

Anne Judith Bristow (Bristowe), wife of John Bristow, Esquire, daughter of Foissin, 
by Louisa his wife, born at Paris in the Kingdom of France. 

7 0 Georgij 2 di No. 49., 

(Bill received royal assent 16 April 1734.) 

Bartold Bull, son of Bartold Bull, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Hamburgh in 
Germany. 

8° Georgij 2 di No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Feb., 1734-5.) 

Samuel Engel, son of Gabriel Engel, by Mary his wife, born at Berne in Switzerland. 

John Peter BLAyuiERE, son of Elias Blaquiere, by Catherine his wife, born at The Hague 
in Plolland. 

Henry Wilckens, son of Christian Wilckens, by Rebecca his wife, born in Bremen. 
(See L.J. xxiv, p. 462 ; C.J. xxii, p. 394.) 

John Bernard Hoffshleger, son of Bernard Hoffshleger, by Martha his wife, born at 
Munden in the Electorate of Hanover. 

Loth Specht, son of Loth Specht, by Magdalena his wife, born at Ravenspurg in Swabia. 

Wolfert Van FIemert, son of Francis Van Hemert, by Anne his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

Noah Blisson, son of Anthony Blisson, by Martha his wife, born at Bern in Switzerland. 

Peter Lemaistre, son of Peter Lemaistre, by Louisa his wife, born in Paris. 

Diederick William Toderhorst, son of John Toderhorst, bv Catherine his wife, born 
in Brunswick.’ 

Misael, alias Remon, Malfalgueyrat, son of Elias Malfalgueyrat, by Margaret his wife, 
born at Perigort in Guienne. (Malfalguerat in L.J. xxiv, p. 463.) 

John Stephen Carbonell, son of Peter Carbonell, by Teresia his wife, born at Leghorn. 

8° Georgij 2 d i No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 May, 1735.) 

Anna Elizabeth Broughton, daughter of William De Hertogh, by Elizabeth his wife, 
born in the City of Hamburg. 

Josias Cottin, son of Daniel Cottin, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Quentin in 
France. (See L.J. xxiv, p. 494.) 

John Chevalier, son of Lewis Chevalier, by Jant his wife, born in the Parish of St. 
Disant in the County of Conac, in France. (See C.J. xxii, p. 477 -) 

John Treber, son of Hans Treber, hy Anna his wife, born at Altona, near Hamburg, in 
the Dutchy of Holstein. 

8° Georgij 2 di No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 May, 1 735-) 

Stephen Mathew, son of John Mathew, by Jane his wife, born at Tonnains in the 
Province of Agenois, in France. 

Arnold Rosenhagen, son of Augustus Rosenhagen, by Catharina his wife, born in 
H anover. 

Jane Elizabeth Du Bouchet, daughter of Hector Gregory Du Bouchet, by Hester his 
wife, born at The Hague. (In L.J. xxiv, p. 515, the name appears as Elizabeth 
Bowchet.) 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



9° Georgij 2 di No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Feb., 1735-6.) 

Peter Callifies, son of Peter Callifies, by Anna his wife, born at Leyden in Holland. 

Zachary Cahuac, son of Abraham Cahuac, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Miramont in 
the Province of Agenois in Guienne. 

Frederic de Thoms, Esquire, son of Lawrence Thoms, Esquire, by Sybilla de Nitech 
(Nitch) his wife, born at Giessen in the Principality of Hessen, in Germany. (See 
C.J. xxii, p. 570.) 

Frederic de Thoms, Esquire, son of Lawrence Thoms, Esquire, by Sybilla de Nitech his 
wife, born at Giessen in the Principality of Hessen, in Germany. (See C.J. xxii, p. 570.) 

James Hays, son of John Hays, by Mary his wife, born in Rotterdam. 

Lewis Schumann, son of Frederick Schumann, by Margaret his wife, born in Bremen. 

John Valentin Toutin, son of Isaac Toutin, by Janeton his wife, born at Stockholm. 

George Nail, son of Jochim Nail, by Mary his wife, born at Warenberg in the Electorate 
of Brandenburg. 

Henry Fry, son of Leonard Fry, by Anne his wife, born at Mollen in Saxon Lavenburg. 

John Saint, son of James Saint, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Lo in Normandy. 

John Musick, son of John Musick, by Catherine Elizabeth his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

James Cahuac, son of Abraham Cahuac, by Mary his wife, born at Levinacin the Province 
of Bordeaux in France. 

Samuel Despaignol (Despagnol), son of Samuel Despagnol (Despaignol), by Elizabeth 
his wife, born at Labastide in the Province of Guienne, in France. 

9 0 Georgij 2 di No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1735-6.) 

Henry Lys, son of Henry Lys, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Coze in Xaintonge in France. 

Frederick Ludovick Metzner, son of John Henry Metzner, by Isle Mary his wife, born 
at Peina near Hanover. 

9 0 Georgij 2 di No. 58. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1736.) 

Friedrich Felthusen, son of Levien Fabian Felthusen, by Maria Catherina his wife, 
born at Walgada in the Empire of Russia. 

9 0 Georgij 2 di No. 61. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1736.) 

Her Royal Highness Augusta, Princess of Wales, descended from the ancient and 
illustrious house of Saxe-Gotha and married to Frederick, Prince of Wales, eldest son 
of George II. 

9 0 Georgij 2 di No. 77. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1736.) 

David Purry, son of John Peter Purry, by Mary his wife, born at Neufchatel in 
Switzerland. (The name appears as Purray in L.J. xxiv, p. 653.) 

John Anthony Merle, son of Anthony Merle, bv Isabella his wife, born at Montpelier 
in France. (See C.J. xxii, p. 703.) 

9 0 Georgij 2 di No. 78. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1736.) 

John Reessen, son of Gerrard Reessen, by Gertrude his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

io° Georgij 2 d » No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1736-7.) 

Joseph Pouchon, son of Joseph Pouchon, by Magdalen his wife, born at Vernoux in 
Vivaretz, in France. 

io° Georgij 2 di No. 6 . 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1736-7.) 

Nicholas Magens, son of Peter Magens, by Salome Anne his wife, born at Nieudorp in 
Holstein. 



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141 



John Timmerman, son of John Timmerman, by Esther his wife, born in Mosco. 

Theodore Davel, son of Isaac Davel, by Susanna his wife, born at Vevey in the Canton 
of Berne, in Swisserland. 

Ester Moreau, wife of James Philip Moreau, of Knightsbridge in the County of Middle- 
sex, daughter of John Chairgneau, by Mary his wife, born at Saintes in Xantoinge, in 
France. ( See C.J. xxii, p. 813.) 

Albert Schaffer, son of Jacob Schaffer, by Isabe (Ilsabe) his wife, born in Hamburg. 
(In C.J. xxii, p. 813, the same appears as Schafter.) 

David Palairet, son of Dominique Palairet, by Mary, his wife, born at Mountalban in 
Quercy, in France. 

Frederick Teush, son of John Christopher Teush, by Juliana his wife, born in the Lower 
Palatinate in Germany. (In C.J. xxii, p. 813, the same appears as Jeush.) 

Stephen Solier, son of Mark Solier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at St. Felix de Sorge 
in the Diocese of Vabre, in Roergue. 

io° Georgij 2 di No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 April 1737.) 

Godfrey Wichelhausen, son of Godfrey Wichelhausen, by Mary his wife, born at Elber- 
feldt in Germany. 

John Francis Noppe, son of James Noppe, by Ann Catharine his wife, born at Middleburg 
in Sealand. 

John Stephen Masson, son of Samuel Masson, by Louissa his wife, born at Dort in 
Holland. 

Thomas Barband, son of Benjamin Barband, bv Mary his wife, born at Genoa in Italy. 
(In C.J. xxii, p. 834, the name appears as Braband. In L.J. xxv, p. 53, it appears as 
Barband.) 

John Dillman, son of Peter Dillman, by Margaret his wife, born at Dillingbourgh in 
Germany. 



io° Georgij 2 di No. 67. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 June 1737. See L.J. xxv, p. 150. The bill started in the 
Commons but the proceedings in that House are not discoverable.) 

Bartholomew Baratty, son of Simon Barratty, by Angelina his wife, born at Samadew 
in the Community of Engadina, in the Country of the Grisons. 

Bartholomew Gallatin, son of Ezekiel Gallatin, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

Francis Perier, son of Anthony Perier, by Susannah his wife, born at Puilaurent in 
Languedoc. (See L.J. xxv, p. 100). 

James Solier, son of Mark Solier, by Elizabeth his wife, born at St. Felix de Sorgue in 
the Diocese of Vabre, in Roergne. 

ii° Georgij 2 di No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 March, 1737-8.) 

Abraham Blydesteyn, son of Berent Blydestevn, bv Anweke his wife, born at Zwoll in 
the Province of Overyssel, in Holland. ■ 

ii° Georgij 2 di No. 64. 

(Bill received roval assent 20 May, 1738). 

John Justin Bruningk, son of Henry Bruningk, by Martha his wife, born at Narva in the 
Dukedom of Livonia. (In C.J. xxiii, p. 24, the name is given as Justin Bruningk.) 

Peter LIntzellman, son of Adam Untzellman, by Catharina Maria his wife. 

Henry Klencke, son of Henry Klencke, bv Helena his wife, born in the City of Bremen 
in Lower Saxony. 

Benjamin Ferrand, son of John Ferrand, bv Esther his wife, born in Rotterdam. ( See 
C.J. xxiii, p. 123.) 

John Bienassy, son of Alexander Donal Bienassy, bv Jane his wife, born at Bretagne in 
France. (In L.J. xxv, p. 194, the name appears as Bunassy.) * 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Charles Belli ard, son of Louis Belliard, bv Charlotte his wife, born in Paris. 

Carel Reinholdt, son of Jacob Reinholdt, by Catherina his wife, born in Moscow. 

John James Stephani, son of John Stephani, by Susanna his wife, born at Leipsick in 
Saxony. 

John Mackelcan, son of Henry Mackelcan, by Catherine his wife, born at Stansted in 
Bremen. 

Jacob Nortzel, son of Jacob Nortzel, by Catherina his wife, born at Hamburgh in 
Germany. 

ij° Georgij 2 di No. 65. 

(Bill received roval assent 20 May, 1738.) 

Philip Rigail, son of Moses Rigail, bv Mary Anne Magdalen his wife, born at Levden 
in Holland. 

ii° Georgij 2 di No. 66. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1738.) 

Herman Bernard, son of Gabriel Bernard, by Magdalena his wife, born in Berlin. 

John Bosquain, son of Jacob Bosquain, by Mary his wife, born at Caen in Normandy. 

ii° Georgij 2 di No. 67. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1738.) 

Frederick Vander Meulen, son of Frederick Yander Meulen, by Winanda his wife, born 
at Zwoll in the Province of Overyssell in Holland. 

12 0 Georgij 2 di No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 March, 1738-9.) 

Jacob Hoffham Murison, son of Jacob Murison, by Elizabeth his wife, born in 
Amsterdam. 

Nathaniel Voogd, son of Daniel Yoogd. by Catherine his wife, born at Meurs in 
Germany. 

Samuel Cley, son of John Francis Cley, by Mary his wife, born - at Givrins in Switzer- 
land. (See L.J. xxv, p. 296; C.J. xxiii, p.266.) 

Andrew Grote, son of Otto Grote, bv Gesche his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Jacob Hackman, son of Detmer Hackman, bv Adelheid his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

Cornelius Yande Waal, son of Dirk Yande Waal, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Rotter- 
dam in Holland. 

12 0 Georgij 2 di No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 March, 1738-9.) 

James Nadal, son of Mathew Nadal, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

William Rene Morin, son of William Morin, by Frances Susanna his wife, born at 
Alencon in the Province of Norma ndv, in France. 

Charles Delon, son of Francis Delon, by Clare his wife, born at Genoa in Italy. (See 
C.J. xxiii, p. 266.) 

12 0 Georgij 2 di No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1739 ) 

James Tracy, son of Peter Tracy, bv Urcina his wife, born at Grisons in Switzerland. 

Christian Burckhard Reyhlen, son of George Reyhlen, by Barbara his wife, born at 
Darmstadt in Germanv. (In L.J. xxv, p.331, the name appears as Reghlen. See C.J. 
xxiii, p. 331.) 

Zacharias Nieman, son of John Nieman, bv Marv his wife, born at Stockholm in Sweden. 

Susannah Hubert, widow and relict of Michael Hubert, of Wasperton in the County 
of Warwick, Esquire, deceased, daughter of Nicholas Jacob Christopher Messing, by 
Sophia Maria his wife, born at Hesse Cassel in Germanv. 

12 0 Georgij 2 di No. 70. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 June, 1739). 

Adrian Colter Ducarel, son of James Colter Ducarel, bv Marv Jane his wife, born at 
Paris in France, 






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12° Georgij 2 d * No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 June, 1739). 

John Deshons, son of Isaac Deshons, by Mary his wife, born at Ganges in Languedoc, 
in France. ' 

1 3 0 Georgij 2 d ‘ No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1739.) 

John Georg Liebenrood, son of John Martin Liebenrood, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Elrich in Germany. 

Bartholomew Christopher Lutyens, son of Nicholas Lutyens, by Catherine his wife, 
born in Hamburgh. 

Margaret r Know lings, wife of Hugh Knovlings, of the Parish of Cammerwell in the 
County of Surrey, daughter of John Francis de Morin, by Anne Magdalen his wife, 
born at The Hague in Holland. (See L.J., xxv, p. 436, 'C.J., xxiii., p. 407). 

John Casper Ries, son of John Tobias Ries, by Juliana Margaretha his wife, born at 
Hesse Cassel in Germany. 

Theophilus Pritzler, son of John Jobst Pritzler, bv Mary Barbara his wife, born at 
Hertford in Westphalia. 

George Frederick Smith, son of Herman Arnold Smith, by Margaretha Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Hertford in Westphalia. 

13 0 Georgij 2 di No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Mar., 1739-40). 

Amalie Sophie de Wallmoden, daughter ol John Francis de Wendt, by Frederick Char- 
lotte de Wendt his wife, born in Hanover. 

13 0 Georgij 2 di No. 20. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Mar., 1739-40). 

Anthony Vazeille, son of Edward Vazielle, by Frances his wife, born at Lunel in the 
Province of Languedoc, in the Kingdom of France. 

Stephen Saintandre, son of James Saintandre, by Susannah his wife, born at Boffre in 
Vivaretz, in the Kingdom of France. 

John George Dolfuss, son of Philip Dolfuss, bv Martha his wife, born at Mullhausen 
in Switzerland. (See L.J., xxv, p. 454, C.J., xxiii, p. 469). 

Anthonw Albert, son of James Aubert, bv J me his wife, born in Geneva. 

Maurice Margarot, son of John Margarot, bv Catherine his wife, born at Marsilhargues 
in Languedoc. 

Anthony I a Port (Laport), son of Raymond La Port, bv Catherine his wife, born at 
Montauban in France. 

James Auriol, son of John Lewis Auriol, bv Olvmpe Bonefons his wife, born at Castres 
in High Languedoc Albigeois, in France. 

13 0 Georgij 2 di No. 21. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Mar., 1739-40). 

Isaac Olier, son of David Olier, by Anne his w T ife, born at Montauban in the Province 
of France. 

Christian Schutte, son of Cornelius Schutte, bv Anna Magdalena his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

John Daniel Cottin, son of Daniel Cottin, bv Esther his wife, born in Paris (See I T 
xxv., p. 471.) 

Henr 1 * Id ell, son of Adam Lyell, by Hedwig* Lobe his wife, born in Stockholm. 



DENIZATIONS. 

J an - 3 Charles Colli, of the citv of London, merchant; an alien born. (Patent 
Roll, 13 Geo. II, part 1.) 



144 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

14 0 Georgij II, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Dec., 1740). 

John De Pesters, Esquire, son of Jacob De Pesters by Catherine his wife, born at The 
Hague in the Province of Holland. 

1 4 0 Georgij II, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1740-1.) 

John Richard Brinckman, son of Theodore Brinckman, by Magdalane his wife, born in 
Hanover. 

1 4 0 Georgij II, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1 740-1.) 

Martin Kuyck Van Mierop, son of Isaac Kuvck Van Mierop, by Cornelia his wife, born 
at Rotterdam in the Province of Holland. 

1 4 0 Georgij II, No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1 740-1.) 

Gedeon Bourdillon, son of Amv Bourdillon, by Dorothy his wife. 

John David Billon, son of John David Billon, by Margaret his wife, born in Geneva. 

Mathew Housman, son of Christopher Housman, bv Elizabeth his wife, born at Cassell 
in Hesse. 



1 4 0 Georgij II, No. 54. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1740-1.) 

Eve Superiori, alias Smith, spinster, daughter of Peter Superiori, by Marv his wife, 
born at Grives near Sarlat in Perrigord, in France. 

14 0 Georgij II, No. 55. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1740-1.) 

Ernesst Barnerd, son of Diederick Barnerd, by Marv his wife, born at Zell in Germany. 

14° Georgij II, No. 56. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1740-1.) 

Everard John Ludewig, son of George Ludewig, by Barbara his wufe, born at Riga in 
the Empire of Russia. 

14° Georgij II, No. 76. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 April, 1741.) 

Francis D’Abbadie, son of Daniel D’Abbadie, bv Mary his wife, born at Bayonne in the 
Province of Guienne, in France. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1741 May 18. Mary Theresa de la Touche, of the parish of St. George, Hanover 
Square, co. Midd.; an alien born. ( Patent Roll, 14 Geo. II, part 3.) 



NATURA LIZA TIONS. 

1 5 0 Georgij II, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Feb., 1741 -2.) 

John Christoph Cohl, son of John Christoph Cohl, by Marv his wife, born at Oderwitz 
in Saxony. (The name should undoubtedly be Gohl. It so appears in both the 
Commons and Lords Journals). 

Hans Bardewieck (Bardewiek), son of Henry Bardewieck, by Anna his wife, born at 
Oldenburg in Denmark. 



NATURALIZATIONS : DENIZATIONS. 



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Claude Passavant, son of Ulric Passavant, by Anna Maria his wife, born at Brazil 
[Bazel] in Swisserland. ( See L.J., xxvi., p. 43, C.J., xxiv., p. 80). 

John Phillipe Fuhr, son of Anthony Fuhr, by Catharina his wife, born at Grunstad in 
Germany. 

John Miller, son of Tobias Miller, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Merseburg in Saxony. 

Peter Dutens, son of John Dutens, by Esther his wife, born at Preuilly in Tourraine, 
in the Kingdom of France. 

Francis Lamande, son of Peter Lamande, by Claudine his wife, born in the Town of Privar 
in the Province of Vivares, in France. 

15 0 Georgij II, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1 741-2.) 

John Boucher, son of John Boucher, by Susanah his wife, born at Bergerac in the 
Province of Guienne. 

1 5 0 Georgij II, No. 16. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1 741-2.) 

Isaac Nicholas Duqueruy, and Michael Henry Duqueruy, sons of Henry Duqueruy, 
by Mary his wife, born in the Island of Guadaloupe in America. (The name appears 
as Duqueray in L.J., xxvi., p. 76, and as Duque’ruy in C.J., xxiv., p. 85.) 

John Andrew Begon, son of Andrew Begon, by Mary his wife, born in the Town of 
Vigan in the Province of Languedoc, in France. (See C.J., xxiv., p. 114.) 

Andrew Girardot Buissieres, son of John Girardot, by Jane his wife, born in Paris. 

Catherine Jane Ingoldsby, daughter of John Coussmaker, by Elizabeth Mary his wife, 
born at Sas-Van Ghent in Flanders. 

15° Georgij II, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 April, 1742.) 

Daniel Beaufort, clerk, son of Francis Beaufort, by Louisa his wife, born at Wesel in 
the Dutchy of Cleves. 

John Girardot de Chancourt, son of Andrew Girardot de Chancourt, by Margarette his 
wife, born in Paris. 

John Calmac, son of Abraham Calmac, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Miramont in the 
Province of Guienne, in France. (The name is undoubtedly Cahuac, see L.J., xxvi., 
88, 102.) 

15 0 Georgij II, No. 81. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 July, 1742.) 

Peter Holsten, son of Christian Holsten, by Martha his wife, born at Petersburg in 
Russia. (The name appears as Holston in C.J., xxiv., p. 283.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1741-2 Mar. 17. Joseph Diaz Fernandes, otherwise Joseph Marquez the younger, 

Isaac Dias Fernandes the younger, otherwise Joseph Da Silva the 
younger. 

Moses Nunes Brandon, otherwise Joseph Henrique, 

Abraham Andrews, 

David of Isaac, 

Levy Natal, 

Levi Sonsino, 

Daniel Mendes Seixas, otherwise Duartf. Ferreira, 

Joshua Corcos, 

Jacob Levi Sonsino the younger, 

Isaac Hamis, 

Benjamin Taveres, 

Abraham de Joseph Cappadoce, 

Isaac Delmonte, 

Ruben Salomons, otherwise Ruben Morden, 

Abraham Mendes Malca ; aliens born. (Patent Roll 15 Geo. II, part 2.) 

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DENIZATIONS. 



i6° Georgij II, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1742.) 

Daniel Vialars, son of Anthony Vialars, by Anne his wife, born at Saint Antonin in 
Rouergue. 

Peter Thomegay, son of Marc Thomegay, by Rene his wife, born in Geneva. 

Francis Chassereau, son of James Chassereau, by Mariana his wife, born at Niort in 
Poitou, in France. 

John Lewis Demarin, son of Abraham Demarin, by Margaret his wife, born in Geneva. 
(See L.J., xxvi., 175.) 

Daniel Lagier Lamotte son of Claude Lagier Lamotte, by Mary his wife, born in Geneva. 

1 6° Georgij II, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1742-3.) 

John Bockholt, son of Christian Bockholt, by Regina his wife, born at Luneburg in 
Germany. 

Swain Rose, son of Balthazar John Rose, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Christiana in 
Norway. (See C.J., xxiv., p. 379.) 

16 0 Georgij II, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1742-3.) 

Paul Torras, son of Paul Torras, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Turin. 

John Godfrey Zurhost, son of John Herman Zurhost, by Anna Catherina his wife, born 
at Ham in Westphalia (In L.J., xxvi., p. 188, the name appears as Zorhourst and 
Zurhorst, ibid, p. 216.) 

Bernhard Schaffer, son of Jacob Schaffer, by Isabella his wife, born in Hambro. (See 
C.J., xxiv., p. 421.) 

Stephen Bourget, son of Stephen Bourget, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

16 0 Georgij II, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1742-3.) 

James Serces, son of Moses Serces, by Frances his wife, born in Geneva. (In the Journals 
he is described as clerk, L.J., xxvi., 188. The name appears as Cerces in C.J., xxiv.,, 
p. 44.) 

1 7 0 Georgij II, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Dec., 1743.) 

Andrew Lindegren, son of Andrew Lindegren, by Christiana his wife, born at Elf Carlby 
in the Kingdom of Sweden. 

Abraham Spalding, son of John Spalding, by Anne Christiana his wife, born at Stockholm 
in the Kingdom of Sweden. ((They are both described as of London, merchants, in 
L.J., xxvi., p. 285, C.J., xxiv., 486, 491.) 

17 0 Georgij II, No. 23. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 March, 1743-4.) 

Mary, Countess of FIoldernesse, wife of Robert, Earl of Holdernesse, daughter of 
Francis Doublet of Groeneveldt, by Constantia Vanderbeck his wife, born at The 
Hague in Holland. 

1 7° Georgij I„ No. 24. 

(Bill received -royal assent 2 March, 1743-4.) 

Andrew Templeman, of London, merchant, son of Frederick Templeman, by Elizabeth 
his wife, born at Hamburg in Germany. 

John Darlon, of London, merchant, son of Paul Darlon, by Mary his wife, born at 
Hesse Cassel in Germany. 

Christian Moller, son of Christian William Moller, bv Sabina Cathrine his wife, born 
in Hamburgh. (See L.J., xxvi., p.302, C.J., xxiv., p. 576.) 

John Friderick Fries, son of Henry Friderick Fries, by Dorothea Magdalena his wife, 
born in Frankfort. 

Peter De la Rive, son of Horace Benedict De la Rive, bv Tane Marv his wife, born in 
Geneva. (In L.J.. xxvi., p. 335, all five are described as of London, merchants.) 



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1 7° Georgij II, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 March, 1743-4.) 

Lorentz Bastian Ritter son of Guillaume Bastian Ritter, by Wichmuth Sutthoff his 
wife, born at Narva in Russia. 

17 0 Georgij II, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 March, 1743-4.) 

John Rudolf Thunn, son of Peter Thunn, by Anna Maria his wife, born at Hamborough 
in Germany. (He is described as of London, merchant, in L.J., xxvi., p. 335, and 
C.J., xxiv., p. 492.) 

1 7° Georgij II, No. 81. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 May, 1744.) 

Bernard Joachim Boetefeur, son of Phillip Boetefeur, by Margaretha his wife, born at 
Hamburgh in Germany. 

1 7° Georgij II, No. 82. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 May, 1744.) 

Stephen Naville, son of Jacob Naville, by Mary his wife, born in the City of Geneva. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1743 July 15. Abraham Lombroso de Mattos, 

Joseph Salomons, 

David Levi; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 17 Geo. II, part 1.) 

1743 Sept. 14. Elias Perochon, merchant; alien born. (Ibid.) 

1744 April 18. Abraham Levy Ximenes, 

Judah Supino, 

Joseph de Massailod, 

Isaac Fernandes Silva, 

Anthony Lucera, 

Isaac Moraes Pereira, 

Joshua Israel Brandon, of the city of London; aliens born. (Ibid.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

1 8° Georgij II, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1744.) 

Sir John Charles Le Blon, Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, son of Peter Frederick 
Le Blon, by Susanna his wife, born at Franckfort in Germany. 

18 0 Georgij II, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1744.) 

Christian Heineken, son of Christian Heineken, by Margaretha his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Dominick Joseph Lieutand, son of Peter Lieutand, by Margaret his wife, born in Geneva. 

Henry Centjes, son of John Jochim Centjes by Maria his wife, born in Hamburgh. (The 
name appears as Gentjes in L.J., xxvi., p. 416, and C.J., xxiv., p. 699. 

Francis Grose, son of John Henry Grose, by Anna his wife, born at Bern in Switzerland. 

John James Trembley, son of John James Trembley, by Jane Elizabeth his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

Johann Christian Faulwasser, son of Martin Faulwasser, by Margaretha his wife, born 
in the own of Anhald Clothen in Germany. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



i8° Georgij II, No. 21. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 March, 1744-5.) 

Dorothy Penton, wife of Henry Penton, of the City of Winchester in the County of 
Southampton, daughter of Christian Simons, by Anne his wife, born at Lisbon in 
the Kingdom of Portugal. (In L.J., xxvi., p. 430, she is descrbed as only daughter 
of said Symonds, deceased, and petitions for power to hold a jointure of 500 1 per an out 
of lands in Middlesex, &c.) 

18 0 Georgij II, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 March, 1744-5.) 

Mark Cramer, son of John Lewis Cramer, by Martha his wife, born in Geneva. 

Samuel Mestrezat, son of Alexander Mestrezat, by Anna his wife, born in Geneva. 

Peter Fector, son of Jeremiah Fector, by Mary his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

John Anthony Rucker, son of Seigmund Rucker, by Anne Margaretha his wife, born in 
Hamburgh. , 

John James Battier, son of John James Battier, by Veronica his wife, born at Basil in 
Swisserland. (In C.J., xxiv., p. 81 1, the name appears as Baffein.) 

Bartholomew Nedderman, son of Caspar Nedderman, by Anna Catherina his wife, born 
at Bremen in Germany. 

18 0 Georgij II, No. 26. 

(Bill received toyal assent 19 March, 1744-5.) 

Anthony Benjamin Morin, son of William Morin, by Frances Susanna his wife, born at 
Paris in France. 

18 0 Georgij II, No. 67. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 May, 1745.) 

Peter Bartholomew Jullian, son of John Jullian, by Margaret his wife, born in Geneva. 

Peter Sapte, of the age of 13, and Thomas Sapte, of the age of 12, sons of Francis Sapte, 
by Frances his wife, born in Leghorn. (The petition for Peter and Thomas Sapte 
was presented by John Julian, their guardian, L.J., xxvi., p. 454.) 

19 0 Georgij II, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent, 13 Feb., 1745-6.) 

Herman Meyer, son of Henry Meyer, by Catharina his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Herman Rudolph Klincke, son of Diederick Henry Klincke, by Sophia Mary his wife, 
born at Osnabruck in Westphaly. 

Peter Torras, son of Paul Torras, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Turin. 

1 9 0 Georgij II, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent, 13 Feb., 1745-6.) 

John Daniel Dreyer, son of Mouritz Dreyer, by Anna Cruissenberg his wife, born at 
Amsterdam in Holland. 

1 9 0 Georgij II, No. 54. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 June, 1746.) 

Michael Baur, son of John George Baur, by Barbara his wife, born at Memmingen in 
the Circle of Swabia, in the Empire of Germany). (He is described as a merchant 
in L.J., xxvi., p. 556.) 

1 9 0 Georgij II, No. 55. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 June, 1746.) 

John Baptist Pellet, son of Lewis Pellet, bv Mary his wife, born in the Parish of Saint 
Anne de Trablin Maudement de Chatonnav, in the Province of Dauphiny. 

190 Georgij II, No. 56. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 June, 1746.) 

Charles Labelye, son of Francis Labelve, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vevay in the 
Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



140 



20° Georgij II, No. 83. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 June, 1747.) 

Mark Liotard, son of John Liotard, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

Henry Uhthoff, son of Henry Uhthoff, by Charlotte his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

John David Ziegell, son of David Ziegell, by Anna his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 
(See C.J., xxv., p. 386.) 

20 0 Georgij II, No. 84. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 June, 1747.) 

Albert Vandenvelde, merchant, son of Rudolph Vandenvelde, by Wunegunda his wife, 
born at Bremen in the Circle of Lower Saxony. 

21 0 Georgij II, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Dec., 1747.) 

Caesar de Missy, clerk, and Charles de Missy, sons of Charles de Missy, by Susanna 
his wife, born in Berlin. 

21 0 Georgij II, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 March, 1748.) 

Anthony and David Andre, sons of William Andre, by Maria his wife, born in Genoa. 

John Fonblanque, son of Grenier Fonblanque, by Anne his wife, born in the Province 
of Guienne. (See C.J,. xxv., p. 588.) 

Peter Caussen, junior, son of Peter Caussen, by Catin his wife, born in Geneva. (The 
name is undoubtedly Gaussen, See L.J., xxvii., p. 181, C.J., xxv., p. 588.) 

Gabriel Clarmont, son of John Clarmont, by Mary his wife, born in Bourdeaux. 

Dirk Cloes Lutkeman, son of Emanuel Lutkeman, by Maria Cloes his wife, born in 
Amsterdam. 

21 0 Georgij II, No. 64. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 May, 1748.) 

John Thorbeeke, son of Diederich Thorbeeke, by Anna Catharina his wife, born in 
Hamburgh. 

21 0 Georgij II, No. 65. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 May, 1748.) 

Peter Neau, son of Peter Neau, by Gabrielle his wife, born at Bourgneuf near Rochelle, 
in France. 

22 0 Georgij II, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 Feb., 1748-9.) 

Martin Klencke, son of Henry Klencke, by Helen his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

John James Grand, son of John Grand, by Mary Margarette his wife, born at Lausanne 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. (See C.J., xxv., p. 708.) 

Anthony Colombies, son of John Colombies, by Frances his wife, born in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France 

22° Georgij II, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 Feb., 1748-9.) 

Gabriel Guillon, son of Benjamin Guillon, by Susanna his wife, born at Coze in Xain- 
tonge, in the Kingdom of France. 

22° Georgij II, No. 33. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1748-9.) 

George William Renner, son of Peter Renner, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Christopher Frederick Pritzler, son of John Jobst Pritzler, by Mary Barbara his wife, 
born at Versmold in Westphalia. (See C.J., xxv., p. 299.) 

22 0 Georgij II, No. 34. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 March, 1748-9.) 

Magdalen Aldworth, wife of Richard Nevill Aldworth, Esquire, son of Francois Calan- 
drini, by Susanna his wife, born in Geneva. 



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22° Georgij II, No. 35. 

(Bill received royal assent. 22 March, 1748-9.) 

Charles Louis Courant, son of Peter Courant, by Isabella Barbe his wife, born in the 
City of Berne, in Switzerland. 

22° Georgij II, No. 79. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 May, 1749.) 

Frederick Christopher Kempe, son of Barthold Kempe, by Catharina dementia his 
wife, born in the City of Hamburgh. 

22 0 Georgij II, No. 80. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 May, 1749.) 

Peter Auriol, son of John Louis Auriol, by Olympia his wife, born at Castres in the 
Province of Languedoc and Kingdom of France. 

22° Georgij II. No. 100. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June, 1749.) 

Emanuel Bowler, son of Emanuel Bowler, by Sarah his wife, born at Koningsberg in 
the Kingdom of Prussia. 

23° Georgij II, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1749.) 

Thomas Abraham Ogier, son of Peter Ogier, by Catharine his wife, born at Moncoutand 
in Poitou, in France. 

Peter Henry Gauvain, son of Peter Gauvain, by Jane his wife, born at Saint Michel in 
Poitou in France. 

Magdalen Lefebure, daughter of Samuel Lefebure, by Elizabeth Henrietta his wife, born 
at Harlem in Holland. (See L.J., xxvii., p. 384, C.J., xxv., p. 921.) 

Lewis Chauvet, son of John Chauvet, by Mary his wife, born at Saint Fort Sur Girond 
in the Province of Xaintonge, in France. 

Peter Ogier, son of Peter Ogier, by Catharine his wife, born at Moncoutand in the 
Province of Poitou aforesaid. 

George Stockfleth, son of Hans Stockfleth, by Regina his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

23 0 Georgij II, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1749.) 

Charles Lindegren, son of Andreas Lindegren, by Anna Christiana his wife, born at 
Elfcarleby, near Gefle, in Sweden. (In C.J., xxv., p. 908, he is described as of 
London, merchant.) 

23 0 Georgij II, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1749.) 

Henry Joly, son of Samuel Joly, by Martha his wife, born at Saint Quintin in Picardy. 

23 0 Georgij II, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1749 ) 

Germain Lavie, son of John Lavie, by Jane his wife, born at Lagor in the Province of 
Bearn, in France. 



23° Georgij II, No. 22. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 March, 1749-50.) 

John Peter Mandrot, son of Abraham Mandrot, by Jane his wife, born at Yuerden in 
the Canton of Berne, in Swisserland. 

Lewis Chabanel, son of Francis Chabanel, by Magdelen his wife, born at Yuerden 
aforesaid. 

William de Drusina, son of Hieronimus Henrv de Drusina, by Maria his wife, born in 
Hamburgh. (See L.J. xxvii., p. 398, C.J., xxv., p. 1000.) 



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Henry Author (Arther) Langkopf, son of Author (Arther) Langkopf, by Dorothea his 
wife, born at Braunsckweig in Germany. 

Henry Author Langkopf, son of Author Langkopf, by Dorothea his wife, born at 
Braunsckweig in Germany. 

Herman Katenkamp, son of John Katenkamp, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Tamary Houssaye, wife of Isaac Houssaye, of Colchester, in the County of Essex, Gen- 
tleman, daughter of born in the Province of Georgia, in Asia. 

23 0 Georgij II, No. 23. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 March, 1749-50.) 

Isaac Schomberg, of Trinity College in the University of Cambridge, Doctor in Physick, 
son of born at Sweinsberg in the Territories of the 

Landgrave of Hesse Cassel. 

23 0 Georgij II, No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 March, 1749-50.) 

Engelbert Hake, son of Berend Hake, by Gesche Kulenkampen his wife, born in the 
City of Bremen in Germany. 

23° Georgij II, No. 74. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 April, 1750.) 

Jacob Van Wylick, son of Abraham Van Wylick, by Ursula his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

24 0 Georgij II, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1750-51.) 

John Liotard, son of John Liotard, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

Daniel Richard, son of Francis Richard, by Frances his wife, born in Paris. 

Daniel Ferrand, son of John Ferrand, by Esther his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 
(See L.J. xxvii., p. 489, C.J., xxvi., p. 52.) 

Charles Boucher, son of John Boucher, by Susanna his wife, born at Bergerac in the 
Province of Guienne, in France. 

John Schnely, son of Frederick Schnely, by Anna Barbara his wife, born at Ermatingen 
in the Canton of Zurich. 

24 0 Georgij II, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1750-51.) 

Christopher Jacob Krauter, son of Philip David Krauter, by Maria Jacobina his wife, 
born in the City of Augspurg in Germany. 

24 0 Georgij II, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 May, 1751.) 

Count Stephanus Laurentius Neale, son of John Neale, by Ann his wife, born in 
Surinam. 

24° Georgij II, No. 104. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 June, 1751.) 

Philip Jacob, Baron de Soesdyk Van Cloon, Lord of Rhynwyck, son of the late Baron 
de Soesdyk, Lord of Rhynwyck, one of the States of Holland, by Lady Mary his 
wife, born in Utrecht. 

240 Georgij II, No. 105. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 June, 1751.) 

John Jugla, son of William Jugla, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Felix de Sorgue in the 
Territory of Rouergne, in the Province of Guyenne. 

Stephan Cogigian, son of John Cogigian, by Rosa his wife, born at Julfa in Persia. 

John Jacob Zornlin, son of John Jacob Zornlin, by Ursula his wife, born at Saint Gall 
in Switzerland. 

John Adolph Speck, son of John Speck, by Margaret his wife, born at Urdenbach in 
the Dukedom of Bergue. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1751 Oct. 30. Isaac Alvarez Perera, of Newington, co. Midd., merchant, 

Jacob Alvarez Corcho, of the same place, merchant, 

Judith Alvarez Corcho, wife of Moses Alvarez Corcho, of the same 
place, merchant, 

Sarah Alvarez Corcho, of the same place, spinster, 

Judith Alvarez Corcho, of the same place, spinster, 

Francis Demarr, of Princes Street, London, merchant, 

Lewis Julian, of Great Westminster Street, London, merchant; aliens 
born. ( Patent Roll, 25 Geo. II, part 2.) 

1752 Mar. 16. John Sommer, of St. Margaret, Westminster, co. Midd., gent., 

John Miller, of St. George, Hanover Square, gent., 

Henry Seveeke, of St. George, Hanover Square, gent., 

Andrew Regnier, of St. Martins in the Fields, tailor. 

Frederick Bund, of the same, staymaker, 

John Jerquet the elder, of the same, peruke maker. 

Oltman Miller, of St. Margaret, Westminster, victualler; aliens born. 
(Ibid., part 3.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

25° Georgij II, No. 91. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Jane Magdalen Robelon, wife of Joseph Robelon, daughter of Francis Tavan, by Mary 
his wife, born in Geneva. 

25° Georgij II, No. 92. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Francis Uegen, of London, merchant, son of Christian Degen, by Anne Christina his 
wife, born at Copenhagen in Denmark. 

25 0 Georgij II, No. 93. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

John Matthias Miller, son of Matthias Miller, by Mary his wife, born at Stockholm in 
Sweeden. 

25 0 Georgij II, No. 94. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Frederick William Commerell, son of John Commerell, by Benigna Christina his wife, 
born at Lleilbron in Germany. 

John Anthony Toepken, son of johan Toepken, by Clementia Elizabetha his wife, born 
at Bremen in Germany. (The name appears as Toopken in L.J., xxvii., p. 707.) 

Christian Gottlieb Moser, son of Christian Moser, by Ann Mary his wife, born at 
Zittau in Saxony. 

25 0 Georgij II, No. 95. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Christian Samuel Geledneki, son of Martin Geledneki, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Presbourg in Hungary. 

25° Georgij II, No. 96. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Philip Denoyer, son of George Denoyer, by Sophia his wife, born at Hanover in the 
Electorate of Hanover, in Germany. 

25 0 Georgij II, No. 97. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

James Fremeaux, merchant, son of Peter Fremeaux, by Adriana his wife, born in Smyrna. 



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25 0 Georgij II, No. 98. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Andrew Girardot, son of Paul Girardot, by Mary his wife, born in Paris. 

25 0 Georgij II, No. 99. 

(Bill received' royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Peter Auriol, son of Eliza Auriol, by Elizabeth Belloe his wife, born at Castres in the 
Province of Languedoc and Kingdom of France. 

David Pratviel, son of Peter Malacare, by Lydia Auriol his wife, born at Castres 
aforesaid. (In L.J., xxvii., p. 707, both Auriol and Pratviel are styled merchants, of 
London.) 

25° Georgij II, No. 100. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Andrew Annibal Leques, son of John Leques, by Martha his wife, born in the Province 
of Languedoc, in France. 

Frederick Charles Augustus Blomberg (of the age of 16 years), son of George Dieterick 
Baron Blomberg of Didmold, in the County of Lippe in Germany, by Amelia his 
wife, born at Didmold aforesaid. ( See C.J., xxvi., p. 493.) 

25 0 Georgij II, No. 101. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 March, 1752.) 

Johan Meijbohm, son of Johan Meijbohm, by Eva his wife, born in the Imperial City of 
Bremen in Germany. (L.J., xxvii., p. 702. The Lords inserted a proviso in this bill 
“ that if he should go into any foreign country and not return within 3 years and 
reside in this kingdom or any of his Majesty’s Dominions for 3 years he should lose 
the benefit of his naturalization.” Meijbohm declared at the bar of the House that he 
was desirous that the bill might pass with the said instruction rather than lose the 
benefit of the said bill. This proviso arose out of a debate in the Commons on the 
Russia Company. See C.J., xxvi., p. 500, 503-4.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1752 Nov. 14. David Ximenes, 

Isaac Ximenes, 

Nathan Salomons, 

Harman Hendricks, 

Nathan Modigliani, 

Duarte Rebello de Mendoca, 

Sarah Rebello de Mendoca, traders and inhabitants in our city of 
London; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 26 Geo. II, part 1.) 

— 

NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

26° Georgij II, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Feb., 1753.) 

Frederich Hoffgaard, son of Jacob Hoffgaard, by Anne his wife, born at Dram in 
Norway. 

26° Georgij II, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 March, 1753.) 

Daniel Boumeester, son of Daniel Boumeester, by Anna Sophia his wife, born at Aleppo 
in Asia. 

James Rilliet, son of Peter Rilliet, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

Anthony Bertrand, son of Anthony Bertrand, by Magdalena his wife, born in Geneva. 
( See L.J., xxviii., p. 15, C.J., xxvi., p. 557. 

Frederick Teise, son of John Jacob Teise, by johanna his wife, born at Fleisbatch in the 
Principality of Nassau Dillenburg. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Francis Brouzet, son of Francis Brouzet, by Mary his wife, born at Valleraugue in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

George Grand, son of (John) Francis Grand, by Margaret his wife, born at Lausanne in 
the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

26° Georgij II, No. 16. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 March, 1753.) 

John Henry Schoen, of London, merchant, son of John Schoen, by Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Mulhausen in Alsace. 

Peter Rodolf George Alexander Fatio, of London, merchant, son of John David Fatio, 
by Judith Paulina his wife, born at Vevey in Switzerland. (In both the Lords and 
Commons Journals this name is printed thus, Peter Rodolf, George Alexander Fatio : 
as if for two separate persons. L.J., xxviii., p. 23, 39, C.J., xxvi., p. 657.) 

William Du Bois, of London, merchant, son of Moses Du Bois, by Alary his wife, born 
at Locle in the County of Neufchatel in Switzerland. 

William Konink, son of Jacob Koninck, by Sara his wife, born in Rotterdam. 

Henry Klausing, son of Christian Klausing, by Christina Ilsabeen his wife, born in 
Westphalia. ( See C.J., xxvi., p. 623.) 

26° Georgij II, No. 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Mar., 1753.) 

Jacob Valk, son of Nicholas Valk, by Anne his wife, born at Westsauen in North Holland. 

26° Georgij II, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Mar., 1753.) 

Beat Rodolph Victor Nerbel, son of James Nerbel, by Mary his wife, born at Lausanne 
in the Canton of Berne. 



26° Georgij II, No. 61. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 April, 1753.) 

John James Schweighauser, of London, merchant, son of John James Schweighauser, 
by Louisa his wife, born at Bazil in Switzerland. 

David Girard, of London, merchant, son of David Rodolph Girard, by Jeanne his wife, 
born at Corcelles in Switzerland. 

Christian Von Hohendorff, son of Lawe Von Hohendorfif, by Catharina Margareta his 
wife, born at Mose in Norway. ( See L.J., xxviii., p. 54, C.J., xxvi., p. 730.) 

John Lewis Andre, son of William Andre, by Mary his wife, born in Genoa. (In C.J., 
xxvi., p. 730, this name is given as Andie, doubtless incorrectly.) 

Andrew Sellon, son of Francis Sellon, by Louisa his wife, born at Nismes in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

26° Georgij II, No. 62. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 April, 1753.) 

John David Barbutt, Esq., son of Isaac Barbutt, by Mary Ann his wife, born in Konigs- 
berg. 

Fortunatus Planta, son of Bartholomew Planta, by Ursula his wife, born in Ardetio. 
(In C.J., xxvi., p. 635, he is described as merchant.) 

26° Georgij II, No. 63. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 April, 1753.) 

Mary Sybelle Harrison, wife of Allan Harrison, Esq., of Lancaster in the County of 
Lancaster, daughter of Vincent Chadell, bv Claudine Marquet his wife, born at Saint 
diamond in Lyonnois, in France. 

26° Georgij II, No. 113. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 May, 1753.) 

Christian Maurice Rodatz, son of John Michael Rodatz, by Susannah Anna, born at 
Luneburg in Germany. 



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27 0 Georgij II, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1753.) 

John Isaac Bazin, son of John Augustin Bazin, by Anne Antoinette his wife, born at 
The Hague in Holland. 

Lewis Ogier, son of Peter Ogier, by Catherine his wife, born at Mon Coutant in the 
Province of Poictou, in France. 

Peter Guinard, son of John Guinard, by Susanna his wife, born at Pomerots in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Charles Bertrand, son of Anthony Bertrand, by Mary Magdalin his wife, born in 
Geneva. (See L.J., xxviii., p. 171, C.J., xxvi., p. 872.) 

Francis Desmaretz, son of Peter Desmaretz, by Jane his wife, born at Montpellier in the 
Province of Languedoc, in France. 

Jacob Blaquiere, son of John Peter Blaquiere, by Catherine his wife, born in Rotterdam. 

27 0 Georgij II, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1753.) 

Frederick Von Gehren, son of Frederick Bernard Von Gehren, by Catharina his wife, 
born in Hamburgh. 

27° Georgij II, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1753.) 

Caspar Grevenkop, son of Peter Grevenkop, by Christine his wife, born at Christiania 
in Norway. 

27° Georgij II, No. 37. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1754.) 

Daniel Mourgue, merchant, son of Nicholas Mourgue, by Mary Catharine his wife, born 
at Strasburg in the Province of Alsace, in Germany. 

Amy Rilliet, son of Peter Rilliet, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. (See L.J., xxviii., 
p. 198, C.J., xxvi., p. 955.) 



270 Georgij II, No. 38. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1754.) 

John Ulric Commerell, son of John Commerell, by Benigna Christina his wife, born at 
Heilbron in Germany. 

2 7 0 Georgij II, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1754.) 

Paul Bonifas, son of Simon Bonifas, by Francoise Marolle his wife, born at Pont de 
Cameres in the Diocese of Vabres in the Province of Guienne and Kingdom of France. 

27 0 Georgij II, No. 81.* 

(Bill received royal assent 6 April, 1754.) 

Charles Shreiber, son of John Samuel Shreiber, by Anna his wife, born at Boaden 
Durlack in Germany. 

Jean Francois Maximillien de Cerjat, son of Sigismond de Cerjat, by Sabine his wife, 
born at Moudon in Switzerland. 

27° et 28° Georgij II, No. 1. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 June, 1754.) 

Peter Michael Morin, son of Peter Morin, by Mary his wife, born at Caen in Normandy. 

* On the 6th April 1754 royal assent was given to a bill for naturalizing Mary Noguier, widow, and for enabling 
her out of the estate devised by the will of John Noguier, her late husband, to make a provision for Anthony 
Noguier, her only son and heir. The Lord Chancellor had previously, on the 18th March, signified the consent of 
the King (“as far as the interest of the Crown is concerned ”) that the House should proceed in the bill as they 
should think fit. ( See L.J., xxviii, pp. 249, 266 ; C.J., xxvi, p. 964). This Act should undoubtedly be included in 
the text here. John Noguier had his estate at Redcoat, in Armley, Yorks, and died 24 Dec. 1753, leaving a son 
Anthony and daughter Anne, both born in England. 



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28° Georgij II, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1754.) 

Arnold Mello, son of Henry Mello, by Esther his wife, born in the City of Hamburg. 

John Swiccard Heinzelmann, son of John George Heinzelmann, by Sibilla Regine his 
wife, born at Augsburg in Swabia. ( See C.J., xxvii., p. 55.) 

James Banal, son of Peter Banal, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

28° Georgij II, No. 75. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 March, 1755.) 

Otto Ewald Setler, son of John Frederick Setler, by Anna Catharina his wife, born in 
the Dutchy of Courland. 

Albert Mahlstede, son of Albert Mahlstede, by Margreta his wife, born in the City of 
Bremen. 

John Conrad Heinzelmann, son of John George Heinzelmann, by Regina Sabina his 
wife, born in the City of Augsburg in Germany. ( See C.J., xvii., p. 147.) 

28° Georgij II, No. 76. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 March, 1755.) 

Frederick Nussen, son of Andrew Christopher Nussen, by Ann Hesse his wife, born at 
Greiffswald in Swedish Pomerania. 

28° Georgij II, No. 113. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 April, 1755.) 

Peter John Fremeaux, Adriana Constantia Fremeaux, Elizabeth Fremeaux, Maria 
Catharina Fremeaux (all born in Smyrna), Gertruda Johanna Fremeaux (born in 
Amsterdam in the Province of Holland), all infants under the age of eighteen years 
and all constantly educated in the true Protestant religion, children of James Fremeaux, 
a naturalized subject, by Margaret his wife, formerly Margaret Cooke, who is a 
natural born subject of Great Britain and is mentioned in the will of Thomas Cooke 
as his niece, Margaret Fremeux, of Amsterdam, daughter of his brother John Cooke, 
deceased. (For the Crown’s assent to the introduction of this bill “ as far as the 
interest of the Crown is concerned ” see L.J., xxviii., p. 394. C.J., xxvii., p. 92. The 

said Cooke, of Newington, Co. Midd., devised to the said neice, Margaret, part of his 
estate in Co. Northampton. The bill was intended to enable her children to inherit.) 

Anno 28° Georgij 2 di No. 114. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 April, 1755.) 

Jacob Kirkman, son of Abraham Kirkman, by Susanna his wife, born at Bische Viller in 
the Province of Alsace. 

28° Georgij II, No. 115. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 April, 1755.) 

John Ulric Passavant, son of John Ulric Passavant, by Anna Maria his wife, born at 
Basil in Switzerland. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1 755 Feb. 7. Rodolph Hugueinin, of Chelsea, co. Midd., Esq., 

John Frederick Loofs, of the same place, gent., 

Nicholas Ramus, of the parish of St. Andrew, Westminster, Esq., 
Lewis Pache, of the same parish, gent., 

Henry Perrot, of the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, gent., 

Jeremy De Fouet, of Kensington, gent., 

Charles Frederick Weideman, of the parish of St. James’s, Westminster, 
gent. ; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 28 Geo. II, part 2.) 



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1755 April 16. 

1755 May 23. 

r 755 Nov. 20. 
1755 July 29. 



Bernard Diemel, of St. Margaret, Westminster, co. Midd., clerk, 
George Ernest Eller, of St. Martins in the Fields, gent., 

Henry Rimins, of St. James’s, Westminster, gent., 

Burkat Shudi, of the same parish, harpsichord-maker, 

David Regnier, of Chelsea, tailor, 

Rudolph Ladenbergh, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, wine merchant, 
Stephen Rougent, of the same, silversmith ; aliens born. (Ibid., part 4.) 
Joseph Treves, 

Aaron Lara, 

Jacob Treve, 

David Samuda, all of London, merchants; aliens born. (Ibid., part 5.) 
Veneranda Maria Elizabetta Lacam, wife of John Lacam, of the parish 
of St. James’s, Westminster, co. Midd., gent.; an alien born. (Patent 
Roll, 29 Geo. II, part 1.) 

Mary Visser, of Acton, in the County of Middlesex, daughter of Henry 
Visser, late of Amsterdam, in the Province of Holland, merchant, 
deceased by Rachel Visser, his late wife, also deceased; an alien born. 
(Ibid.) 



NATURA LIZA TIONS. 

29 0 Georgij II, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1 755-) 

John David Fatio, son of John David Fatio and Judith Apollonia Muller his wife, born at 
Vevay in Switzerland. 

29° Georgij II, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1755.) 

Jens Pedersen, son of Peder Pedersen and Anna his wife, born at Frederickshald in 
Norway. 

29 0 Georgij II, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1756.) 

Anthony Henry Stemann, son of Justus Valentine Stemann, and Sophia Elizabeth his 
wife, born in the City of Itzehoe in Germany. 

Peter Otte, son of Joachim Otte and Maria his wife, born in the Imperial City of 
Hamburgh. 

Godfrey Molling, son of Herman Christopher Moiling and Anna Sophia his wife, born 
at Herford in Westphalia. 

Christian Meyer, son of Henry Meyer and Catherine Bagleman his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Henry Bielfeld, son of John Bielfeld, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 
(See L.J., xxviii., p. 453.) 

John Peter BLAguiERE, junior, son of John Peter Blaquiere, by Catherine his wife, born 
in Rotterdam. (In the Commons’ Journals, xxvii., p. 407, the name is given as 
Blaguire.) 

Mathew Lichigaray, son of Peter Lichigaray, by Abigal his wife, born at Orches in 
France. 

29 0 Georgij II, No. 40. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1756.) 

Jost David Esternod, of Cambridge, merchant, son of Anthony Esternod, by Margaret 
his wife, born at Baulmes in Switzerland. 

29 0 Georgij II, No. no. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 April, 1756.) 

Peter Bonnet, son of Paul Bonnet, by Catherine his wife, born at Saint Affrique in the 
Province of Rouergue, in the Kingdom of France, 



158 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



29 0 Georgij II, No. in. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 April, 1756.) 

John Daniel Paul, son of John Joseph Paul, by Mary his wife, born at Strehlen in Silisia. 

29 0 Georgij II, No. 148. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 May, 1756.) 

Francis Jalabert, of the City of London, gentleman, an infant under the age of eighteen 
years, that is to say of the age of fifteen years and five months or thereabouts, born in 
Geneva of Protestant parents and educated in the true Protestant religion. (See C.J., 
xxvii., p. 554, for a petition from his guardian, Israel Jalabert, of Enfield, gentleman.) 

30° Georgij II, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Jan., 1757.) 

John Baptist Durand, son of Abraham Durand, by Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Mortagne sur Gironde in France. 

Bartholomew Rilliet, son of Pierre Rilliet, by Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

30° Georgij II, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Jan., 1757.) 

John Frederick Falwasser, son of John Frederick Falwasser and Christine Margaretha 
his wife, born at Calbe in Germany. 

30° Georgij II, No. 44. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1757.) 

John Jacob Thomsons, son of John Thomsons and Gertrude his wife, born at Lauenberg 
in Prussia. 

30° Georgij II, No. 84. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 May, 1757.) 

John Durade, son of James Durade and Anna Lalouet his wife, born in the City of 
Geneva. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1756 Nov. 2. James Delemos, of Crutched Fryers, in the city of London, merchant, 
from Paris, 

Efraim De Aguilar, 

David De Aguilar, 

Joseph De Aguilar, 

Solomon De Aguilar, 

Benjamin De Aguilar, five sons of Diego De Aguilar, of Alderman 
Walk, Bishopsgate Street, London, merchant, from Vienna ; aliensborn. 
( Patent Roll, 30 Geo. II, part 2.) 

1757 Mar. 12. John Quinch, of Saint Margaret, Westminster, co. Midd., gent., 

John Briant, of Hatfield, co. Hertford, gent., 

Anthony Gibert, of St. Ann, Westminster, co. Midd., wine merchant, 
Henry P'ei.dman, of the same, haberdasher, 

Peter Capreol, of St. Martins in the Fields, co. Midd., silversmith. 
Nicholas Garling, of the same, habit maker, 

John Hartman, of Portsmouth, co. Southampton, stavmaker ; aliens born. 
(Ibid., part 4.) 



NATURALIZATIO NS . 

31° Georgij II, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1758.) 

George Clifford, son of John Clifford, by Anna Maria Wolters his wife, born at 
Amsterdam in Holland, 



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31° Georgij II, No. 95. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 June, 1758.) 

Anthony Fonblanque, son of Francis Fonblanque, by Mary his wife, born at Bruniguel 
in the Province of Languedoc. 

Nicholas Baptist Aubert, son of Simon Aubert, by Margaret his wife, born at Montpelier 
in the Province of Languedoc. 

31 0 Georgij II, No. 96. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 June, 1758.) 

John Baptist D’Abbadie, son of John D’Abbadie Caesar, by Jeane his wife, born at 
Navarreim in Bearn in the Kingdom of France. 

31 0 Georgij II. No. 120. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 June, 1758.) 

John Knight, son of Anthony Knight, by Maria Magdalena his wife, born at Swauden 
in Canton Glaris, in Schwitzerland. 



' DENIZATIONS. 

1757 Nov. 12. Moses Vita Montefiore, of Philpot Lane, in the city of London, 
merchant, from Leghorn, 

Joseph Capadose, of Bell Alley, Coleman Street, in the city of London, 
merchant, from Amsterdam, 

John Gaspard Ringmacher, of Clement’s Lane, in the city of London, 
merchant, from Switzerland, 

Francis Delemos, of Saint Mary Axe, in the city of London, merchant, 

Abigail Delemos, of the same place, spinster, both from Paris, 

Esther Delemos, wife of James Delemos, of Crutched Fryers, in the city 
of London, merchant, from Bayonne; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 31 
Geo. II, part 2.) 



32° Georgij II, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1759.) 

Caspar Schombart, son of Dionis Schombart, by Catherina his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. ( See C.J., xxviii., p. 356.) 

John Spitta, son of Ludwig Spitta, by Helena his wife, born in the City of Brunswick, in 
Germany. 

Gysbert Van Voorst, son of Gysbert Van Voorst, by Maria his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

Frederick De Chevrigny, son of Anthony De Chevrigny, by Eleanor his wife, born in 
the Parish of Saint John Franche County in Burgundy, in France. 

Conrad Harksen, son of Johan Herman Harksen, by Margareta his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

Christopher Strothoff, son of Christopher Strothoff, by Anna Judith his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

Jasper Lawrence Richter, son of Carsten Richter, by Catharina Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Hamburgh in Germany. 

32 0 Georgij II, No. 33. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1 759 -) 

Thomas Pecholier, son of Isaac Pecholier, by Paule his wife, born at Bruniquel, near 
Montauban, in the Province of Quercy, in the Kingdom of France. 

Peter Harisson, son of John Harisson, by Jane his wife, born at Mazeres in the County 
of Foix, in the Kingdom of France. 

Samuel Bernard Graff, son of Bernard Graff, by Catherine his wife, born at Roche in 
the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland, 



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32° Georgij II, No. 34. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1759.) 

Philippus Willem Casimir Van Straubenzee, Esquire, born at Tournay in Flanders. 

32 0 Georgij II, No. 13 1. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 June, 1759.) 

John Christian Suhring, son of George Christian Suhring, by Catherine his wife, born 
in the City of Hamburgh. 

John Henry Suhring, son of George Christian Suhring, by Catherine his wife, born at 
Altena in the Kingdom of Denmark. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1759 Feb. 15. Tobias Kleinert, of Gray’s Inn Lane, Holborn, co. Midd., furrier, 
John Tax, of Tanford, Co. Herts, gent., 

John Frederick Brandenburgh, of St. James’s, Westminster, co. Midd., 
apothecary, 

Jacob Richter, of the parish of St. Bennet, Paul’s Wharf, in the city of 
London, sugar baker. 

Francis Albert de la Vaux, of New Windsor, co. Berks, coal merchant. 
Frederick Kuliff, of St. James’s, Westminster, c. Midd., confectioner. 
Christopher Winch, of St. Ann, Westminster, co. Midd., vintner ; aliens 
born. ( Patent Roll, 32 Geo. II, part 3.) 

33 0 Georgij II, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1759.) 

Paul Amsinck, the younger, son of William Amsinck, of Hamburg, by Norberta Rosa 
his wife, born at Oporto in the Kingdom of Portugal. 

Helwig Lewis Tonnies, son of Peter Diederich Tonnies, by Anna Margaretha his wife, 
born at Hamburgh in Germany. (In L.J., xxix., p. 545, they are both described as 
of London, merchants.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1759 Oct. 27. Francis de Valangin, of Bowood Park, co. Wilts, Esq. 

Jacob Kruger, of the parish of St. Giles’s-in-the-Fields, co. Midd., sugar 
refiner, 

John Dornbush, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, in said county, 
warehouseman, 

Lewis Ferdinand Vigne, of the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, in 
the said county, watchmaker, 

Abraham Mouchet, of the parish of St. Ann, Westminster, in the said 
county, goldsmith, 

Hardwick Constantien, of the city of London, sugar refiner, 

Andrew Linde, of the same, sugar refiner ; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 
33 Geo. II, part 2.) 



NAT UR A LIZA TI 0 NS. 

33 0 Georgij II, No. 30. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 March, 1760.) 

Peter Trapaud, son of Elizec Trapaud. by Jeanne his wife, born at Castillon Sur 
Durdogne in the Province of Guiene, in France (C.J., xxviii., p. 727, 743.) 

Nicholas, Christopher and John Ralph Battier, sons [three] of John Jacob Battier, 
by Maria Rosina his wife, born at Bazil in Switzerland. 

Abel Mitz, son of Beniot Mitz, by Dorothy his wife, born at Bazil in Switzerland. 



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Peter Aubertin, son of Paul Aubertin, by Catherine his wife, born at Neufchatel in 
Switzerland. 

John William Smith, son of John Balthazer Smith, by Anna Maria his wife, born at 
Eisenach in Saxony. 

Gabriel Anthony Ernst, son of John George Ernst, by Jeanne his wife, born at Berne 
in Switzerland. 

Frederick Nicolas Graff, son of Abraham Bernard Graff, by Catherine his wife, born 
at Roche in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

Emanuel Philip Bize, son of John Emanuel Bize, by Ursula his wife, born at Moudon 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

David Samuel Henry Duveluz, son of Esaye Francis Duveluz, by Dame Janne his wife, 
born at Bournens in the Bailiwick of Morges in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

33° Georgij II, No. 31. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 March, 1760.) 

Maria Elizabeth Spencer (the wife of Richard Spencer, of Hamstead, in the County of 
Middlesex, Esquire), daughter of born at Riga in Livonia. 

330 Georgij II, No. 57. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 April, 1760.) 

Rene Cornabe, son of John Cornab£, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Vevey in the Canton 
of Berne, in Switzerland. 

John Daniel Lucadou, son of James Lucadou, by Judith his wife, born at Lyons in 
France. 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1760.) 

John Dolignon, son of Peter Dolignon and Mary Louisa his wife, born at Crecy. 

Peter Thellusson, son of Isaac Thellusson and Sarah his wife, born in Paris. 

Peter Anthony Planche, son of John Peter Planche and Claudine his wife, born at 
Vevay in the Pais de Vaud in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

Christian Poppe, son of Henry Poppe and Helen his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 
(1 See C.J., xxviii., p. 999.) 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1760.) 

Rose Marie Heath (wife of Benjamin Heath, of the City of Exeter, Esquire), born in 
Geneva. 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Frederick Rasch, son of Hans Peter Rasch and Dorothea his wife, born at Flensburg in 
the Dutchy of Schleswig in Holstein, in the Kingdom of Denmark. 

John Roger Siebel, son of John William Siebel and Anna Margaretta his wife, born at 
Elberfeld in the Dutchy of Berg, in Germany. 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Jan Turner, son of Johannes Turner and Elizabeth his wife, born at Amsterdam in 
Holland. ( See C.J., xxviii., p. 1007.) 

August Gottlieb Pieschel, son of Carl Gottlieb Pieschel and Maria Elizabeth his 
wife, born in the City of Magdeburg in Germany. 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Constantia Hampden, wife of Robert Hampden, of Great Uampden in the County of 
Bucks, Esquire, daughter of Peter Anthony de Huybert, Baron of Kruyningen in the 
Province of Zeland, born at The Hague in the Province of Holland. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



i° Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Benjamin Maisonneuve, son of Isaac Barthon Maisonneuve and Ann Charlotte his wife, 
born at Paris in France. (In C.J., xxviii., p. 982, he is described as of the parish of 
St. Martins in the Fields, jeweller.) 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Nicholas Theaud, son of Peter Theaud and Theresa his wife, born at Neant, in the 
Province of Britany, in France. 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Simon Baratty, son of John Baptist Baratty and Maria Baratty his wife, born at Samadew 
in the Community of Engadina, in the Country of the Grisons. 

i° Geo. Ill, No. 54. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1761.) 

Anthony Villion, son of Francis Villion and Mary his wife, born at Geneva in Italy. 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 Dec., 1761.) 

Anna Maria Thornton (wife of Octavius Thornton, of the Factory of Hamburg, 
merchant), born at Hamburg in Germany. 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1761.) 

Philip Jacob Krauter, son of Philip David Krauter and Anne Jane his wife, born in the 
City of Augspurg in Germany. 

John Paris, son of Bernard Paris and Anna Elizabeth his wife, born at Saint Petersburg 
in Russia. 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1761.) 

John Berens, son of Herman Berens and Regina Gertrud his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 17. 

(Blil received royal assent 10 Feb., 1762.) 

Francis Rodolph Fatio, son of Francis Fatio and Mary Ann his wife, born at Bouvil- 
lards in Switzerland. 

John Le Coq, son of Paul Le Coq and Mary Ann his wife, born in Berlin. 

John Henry Cazenove, son of Theophilus Cazenove and Mary his wife, born in 
Amsterdam. 

Henry Peter Kuhff, son of Phillip Frederick Kuhff and Mary Eleonora his wife, born 
at Francfort on the Meyn. 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1762.) 

I Ienriette Frederique, Viscountess Stormont, wife of the Right Honourable David 
Lord Viscount Stormont, born in Dresden. 

2° Geo. Ill, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1762.) 

Philip Schumacher, son of William Schumacher and Heil his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

Nicholas Brandt, son of Nicholas Brandt and Anna his wife, born at Anclam in 
Pomerania. 

2° Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1762.) 

[acor Wolffe, Esquire, commonly called Baron Wolffe, son of Carl Gottfried Wolffe 
and Anna Elizabeth his wife, born at Moscow in the Empire of Russia, 



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2° Geo. Ill, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1762.) 

Paul Metiver, younger son of John Metiver and Martha Metiver his wife, born at Bour- 
deaux in the Kingdom of France. 



2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1762.) 

James Repinder, son of Victor Repinder and Winifred his late wife, deceased, born at 
Turin in Italy. 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 54. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1762.) 

Jean Charnaud, son of Pierre Samuel Charnaud and Jeanne Maria his wife, born at 
Vevey in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 



2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 89. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 April, 1762.) 

Diederick Wessel Linden, Doctor in Physick, born near Unna in the County of Mark 
in the Circle of Westphalia, in Germany. (In 1746 he petitioned for naturalization, 
but on that occasion the bill proceeded no further than a first reading, See L.J., xxvi., 
p. 564.) 

2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 155. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 June, 1762.) 

Luke Wettstein, son of John Henry Wettstein and Margarett his wife, born at Basel 
in Switzerland. 

Peter Texier, junior, son of James Texier and Jane his wife, born at Bergerac in France. 

Daniel Goy, son of James Francis Goy and Charlotte his wife, born in Geneva. 



2 0 Geo. Ill, No. 156. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 June, 1762.) 

John Doerner, son of John Andrew Doerner and Mary Ursule Carnary his wife, born 
at Colmar in Upper Alsace. 



1762 Feb. 12. 
1762 Aug. 18. 
1762 July 24. 



DENIZATIONS. 

Abraham Prado, of Billeter Square, London, merchant, from the 
Republic of Holland ; an alien born : and his son 
Samuel Prado. ( Patent Roll, 2 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 

Pelegrin Treves, of Mincing Lane, 

Isaac De Mattos, of Crutched Fryers, in the city of London, co. Midd., 
merchant ; aliens born. (Ibid., part 4.) 

Peter Livins, Esq.; an alien born. (Ibid.) 



1 NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1762.) 

Jeremiah Meyer, born at Tubingen in the Dutchy of Wurtemburg in the Circle of 
Swabia in Germany. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1762.) 

John Vander Meulen, son of John Vander Meulen and Maria his wife, born at Amster- 
dam in Holland. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



3° Geo. Ill, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1762.) 

Adolph Boon, son of Adolph Boon and Margaretta his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

James Des Cotes, son of John Des Cotes and Mary his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

Anthony Francis Haldimand, son of John Haldimand and Mary his wife, born at Turin 
in Italy. 

Samuel Bouess, son of John Jacob Bouess and Anne Maria his wife, born in the Parish 
of Arwangen in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

John Werner Faesch, son of John Werner Faesch and Margaret his wife, born at Bazil 
in Switzerland. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. g. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1762.) 

David Wolpman, son of Frederick Wolpman and Anne his wife, born at Hambro’ in 
Germany. 

John Siri, son of John Conrad Siri and Anna his wife, born at Lindau in Germany. 

Francis Philip Fatio, son of John David Fatio and Judith Appoline his wife, born at 
Vevay in the Canton of Berne in Switzerland. 

David Plantier, son of David Plantier and Mary his wife, born in Turin. 

William Stafford, born at Paris in the Kingdom of France. 

Francis Delon, son of Francis Delon and Clara his wife, born in Genoa. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1763.) 

Jacob Reesen, son of Gerrit Reesen and Cornelia his wife, born at Amsterdam in Holland. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1763.) 

Josiah Child, an infant of the age of nine years, son of the Honourable Josiah Child, 
deceased, by the Honourable Henrietta before her marriage with the said Josiah 
Child, born at Paris in France. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1763.) 

Samuel Chollet, son of Peter Chollet and Ursulla his wife, born at Moudon in the 
Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

John Francis Gabriel Bize, son of John Emanuel Bize and Ursulla his wife, born at 
Moudon in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

Samuel Grellet, son of William Grellet and Elizabeth his wife, born at Boudry in the 
County of Neufchatel, in Switzerland. 

3° Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1763.) 

Abraham Huber, son of Henry Huber and Maria Magdalena his wife, born at Saint Gall 
in Swisserland. 



3° Geo. Ill , No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1763.) 

Rodolff Nicholas Chaillet, son of Samuel Balthazar Chaillet and Susannah his wife, 
born in the City of Morat in the Canton of Bern and Fribourg. 

Abraham Du Bois, son of Moses Du Bois and Janne Mary his wife, born at Lorle in the 
Principality of Neufchatel and Valengin, in Switzerland. 



3° Geo. Ill , No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1763.) 

John D’Orville, son of James Philip D’Orville and Elizabeth Maria his wife, born in 
Amsterdam, 



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Michael Wiegand, son of Michael Wiegand and Mary his wife, born in Livonia. 

John Vollraht Kettler, son of Christian Rudolf Kettler and Franke Magdalen his 
wife, born at Leer. in East Friezland. ( See L.J., xxx., p. 339.) 

Cornelius Gerhard Kettler, son of Christian Rudolf Kettler and Franke Magdalen 
his wife, born at Leer in East Friezland. 

James Shedel, son of James Shedel and Ursula his wife, born in the City of Augsburg, 
in Germany. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1763.) 

Govert Cassau, son of John Cassau and Gesche his wife, born in the Imperial City of 
Bremen. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1763.) 

Andrew Solinus, son of Dunder Andrews, by Mary his wife, born at Mohra in Sweden. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1763.) 

Peter Hasenclever, son of Luther Hasenclever and Clara Moll Hasenclever his wife, 
born at Remscheidt in the Dutchy of Bergs. 

Johann Peter Rucker, son of Diederich Christian Rucker and Anna Catherina his wife, 
born at Hambrough in Germany. 

John Francis Blache, son of Alexandre Blache, by Jeanne Blache his wife, born at Vevey 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. ( See L.J., xxx., p. 441.) 

Andrew Vezian, son of Etienne Vezian and Jeanne his wife, born in the City of Geneva. 

James Charles Granges, son of Francis Granges and Susannah his wife, born at Nyon 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

Jacob Muller, son of John Muller and Anna Ley Muller his wife, born at Pillau in 
Prussia. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Dec., 1763.) 

William Dunant, son of Abraham Dunant and Ann his wife, born at Constantinople in 
Turkey. 

John Christian Schreiber, son of John Christian Schreiber and Maria Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Leipzig in Saxony. 

Jonas Dael, son of Rofluf Dael and Juger his wife, born at Christiansand in Norway. 

Charles Henry Thalbitzer, son of Zacharius Thalbitzer and Maria Magdalena his wife, 
born in the City of Berlin. (L.J., xxx., p.443.) 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 March, 1764.) 

William Dingman, son of William Dingman and Mary his wife, born at Goch in the 
Duchy of Cleves, in Germany. 

John Reincke, son of John Bartold Reincke and Catherina Maria his wife, born in the 
Parish of Haydon in the County of Lippe, in Germany. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 March, 1764.) 

John Marteilhe, of London, merchant, born at Bergerac, in the Province of Guienne, 
in France. 



4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 March, 1764.) 

Egbert Nonnen, son of John Nonnen and Elizabeth his wife, born at Bremen in Lower 
Saxony. 



166 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



4° Geo. Ill, No. 106. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 April, 1764.) 

James Nehon de Berville, son of James Nehon de Berville and Mary de Berville his 
wife, born at Paris in the Kingdom of France. 

Johann Jacob Uckermann, son of Johann Jacob Uckermann and Anna Martha his wife, 
born at Wanfried in the Landgraviate of Hesse, in Germany. 

John Hauser, son of Hans Caspar Hauser and Salome his wife, born in the City of Barsil 
in Switzerland. 



4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 107. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 April, 1764.) 

James Alric, son of William Alric and Anne his wife, born in Geneva. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 174. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1764.) 

Peter Pohlmann (Polhman), son of Nicholaus Pohlmann and Sophia his wife, born in 
Berlin. 

David Godin, son of Nicholas Godin and Elizabeth Feuillet his wife, born at Havrede- 
grace in the Kingdom of France. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 175. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1764.) 

Henry Kock, son of Henry Kock and Catherine his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

4 0 Geo. Ill, No. 17 b. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1764.) 

Alexander Joseph Poittier, son of Joseph Poittier and Barbara his wife, born at Smyrna 
in Asiatic Turkey. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1764 Sept. 11. David King, otherwise Konig, of the city of London, gent.; an alien 
born. ( Patent Roll, 4 Geo. Ill, part 5.) 



NA T V RAUZA TIONS. 

5 0 Geo. Ill No. 8 . 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Feb., 1765.) 

John William Plauel, son of Ehrenfried Plauel and Catharine Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Weissenfels in Saxony. 

John James Long, son of John James Long and Elizabeth Bouijol Long his wife, born 
in Turin. 

Jacob Nadal, son of Mathew Nadal and Jane his wife, born in Geneva. 

Christopher Henry Baumer, son of George Baumer and Anna Christina his wife, born 
at Milau in Courland. 



5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Feb., 1765.) 

Luder Lang, son of John Lang and Jane his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

5° Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent n Feb., 1765.) 

Christian James Strackhoven, son of John Frederick Strackhoven and Louisa his wife, 
born at Konigsberg in Prussia. 



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5° Geo. Ill, No. 42. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1765.) 

Dirk Jager, born at Mosco in the Empire of Russia. (In L.J., xxxi., p. 19, he is 
described as of London, merchant.) 

• 5° Geo. Ill, No. 43. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1765.) 

Andrew Fuhrer, son of Erhard Fuhrer and Anna Barbara his wife, born at Nurmberg in 
Germany. 

Rene Labutte, son of Ren£ Labutte and Charlotte his wife, born in the Kingdom of 
France. 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 44 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1765.) 

John Elias Jaquery, son of Peter Samuel Jaquery and Magdalen his wife, born at 
Moudon in Switzerland. 

Peter Samuel Darbonnier, son of John James Darbonnier and Mary his wife, born at 
Lousanne in Switzerland. 

Daniel Henriod, son of Francis Lewis Henriod and Mary his wife, born at Berne in 
Switzerland. 

John James Osvald, son of Bartholomew Osvald and Salomea his wife, born at Shaffouse 
in Switzerland. 

John Francis Anthony Rivaz, son of Isaac Rivaz and Mary his wife, born at Velleneuve 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

5° Geo. Ill No. 45. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1765.) 

Peter Anthony and David Francis Sapte, sons of Francis Sapte and Frances his wife, 
born at Leghorn in Italy. 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 99. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1765.) 

Henrietta Rosa Peregrina Townsend (the wife of James Townsend, Esquire), born at 
Crema in Italy. 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 100. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1765.) 

John His, son of Peter His and Louisa his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

John Henry Ernst, son of Michael Ernst and Maria Magdalena his wife, born in 
Francfort. 

John Michael Platz, son of Christopher Platz and Mary his wife, born in Francfort. 

Rudolph Lemann, son of Joseph Lemann and Margaret his wife, born at Aubonne in the 
Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. (See L.J., xxxi., p. 76, where the name is spelled 

Lemman.) 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 101. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1765.) 

Charles Frederick Hempel, son of John Daniel Hempel and Joanna Theodora his wife, 
born in Leipsig. 

James Janot, son of John Janot and Golarde Pugin Janot his wife, born at Vevay, in 
Switzerland. 

Christopher John Schultz, son of Michael Schultz and Catherina his wife, born at 
Libaw in Courland. 

John Gottfried Klotz, son of John David Klotz and Maria Elizabeth his wife, born in 
Frankfort. 

Erdmann Christopher Riemann, son of Johann Christopher Riemann and Maria Elizabeth 
his wife, born in Riga. 

Bernhard Johann Fleischmann, son of Bernhard Diedrick Fleischmann and Hedwith his 
wife, born in Walck. (See L.J., xxxi., p. 78.) 



168 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



5° Geo. Ill, No. 179. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 May, 1765.) 

Louisa Rudolphina Wale, the wife of Thomas Wale, Esquire, born in Blankenburgh. 

Gregory Wale, an infant under the age of eighteen years, that is to say of the age of 
four years or thereabouts, son of Thomas Wale and Louisa Rudolphina his wife. 
(See L.J., xxxi., p. 89.) 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 180. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 May, 1765.) 

Benedict Paul Wagner, son of John Michael Wagner and Dorothea Felicitas Wagner 
his wife, born in Venice. 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 181. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 May, 1765.) 

Sabine Louisse Winn, daughter of James Philip D’Hervark, by Jane Esther his wife, 
born at Vevey in Switzerland. 

5 0 Geo. Ill, No. 223. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 May, 1765.) 

Henry De Missy, son qf Charles De Missy and Susanna Godefroy De Missy his wife, 
born at Berlin in Prussia. 

Gabriel Le Royer, son of Gabriel Le Royer and Andrienne his wife, born in Geneva. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1765 May 9. Isaac de Castro Chacon, of Stoke Newington, co. Midd., gent., 

Aron Capadose, of Stanmore, co. Midd., Esq., 

Israel Levin Solomons, now or late of Mark Lane, London, merchant, 
Solomon Henry, of Sweething Lane, London, merchant, 

Aaron Franco Drago, of Creechurch Lane, London, merchant, 

Lazzaro Vitta Morsa, of Cammomile Street, London, merchant, 

Jacob Henriques de Souza, of Bell Alley, London, gent.; aliens born. 
( Patent Roll, 5 Geo. Ill, part 3.) 

1765 Mar. 20 John Christopher Romer, of St. Ann, Westminster, co. Midd., 
silversmith, 

John Jobst van der Neunberg, of St. Martins in the Field, co. Midd., 
button maker, 

George Lark, of the same, organ builder, 

George Franck, of St. John the Evangelist, co. Midd., sugar refiner, 

Isaac Ardesoif, of St. Andrew, Holborn, co. Midd., merchant, 

George Brucker, of the city of London, sugar refiner, 

John Mottier, of the same, merchant; aliens born. (Ibid.) 



NATO RAUZA TIONS. 

6° Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 Feb., 1766.) 

Hieronymus Henry Burmester, son of Hieronymus Burmester and Margaretha Cecilia 
his wife, born in Hambro. 

John Wienholt, son of John Wienholt and Lena his wife, born in Bremen. 

Julius Conrad Ridder, son of Julius Conrad Ridder and Christina Margaretha his wife, 
born in Brunswick. 

Peter Duval, son of David Duval and Elizabeth Du Roveray Duval his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

6° Geo. Ill, No. 38. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 March, 1766.) 

Jean Pierre Michel, son of Paul Michel and Virginia Samuel Michel his wife, born 
in Geneva. 



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6° Geo. Ill, No. 162. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 May, 1766.) 

Godhard Sutthoff, son of Jochim John Sutthoff and Hedwig Dorothy his wife, born at 
Narva in Livonia. 

John Peter Cornud, son of John Nicholas Cornud and Mary his wife, born in the Canton 
of Berne, in Switzerland. 

Renira Bentinck, daughter of Baron Van Tuyll Van Serooskerken, by Christina his wife, 
born at Zuylen near Utrecht. 

Aymarc (Aymerc) Mavit,, son of Peter Mavit and Isabel Mavit his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

Justus Blanckenhagen, son of Simon Blanckenhagen and Agnetha Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Revel in Livonia. 

Francis Menet, son of Francis Menet and Mary Torras Menet his wife, born at Beau- 
chastel in Vivarez, in France. ( See L.J., xxxi., p. 342.) 

John Abraham Haldimand, son of Francis Lewis Haldimand and Magdalen De Tray- 
torrens his wife, born at Yverdun in Switzerland. 

6° Geo. Ill, No. 163. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 May, 1766.) 

Laurence Charlesson, son of Charles Charlesson and Christina his wife, born at Fahlun 
in Sweden. 

6° Geo. Ill, No. 164. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 May, 1766.) 

Peter Facon, son of Peter Facon and Petronille his wife, born at Bourbourg in French 
Flanders. 

John James Tourneisen, son of John Rudolf Tourneisen and Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Basil in Switzerland. 

6° Geo. Ill, No. 196. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 June, 1766.) 

Peter De La Roche, son of Peter De La Roche and Maria Elizabeth Colon his wife, 
born in Geneva. 

John James le Chevalier, son of Francis le Chevalier and Mary Des Barres his wife, 
born at Neufchatel in Switzerland. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Dec., 1766.) 

Mary Anne Amelie Burrowes, wife of John Burrowes, of Hamburgh, merchant, 
daughter of John Alexander Brugnier and Jane Susanna his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 13. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Dec., 1766.) 

Christian (Christiaan) Van Teylingen, son of Theodorus Van Teylingen and 
Agneta his wife, born in Rotterdam. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 14. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Dec., 1766.) 

Lewis Agassiz, son of John Christopher Agassiz and Esther his wife, born at Thierrens 
in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

John Samuel Schutze (Schutz) son of John Samuel Schutze and Anna Magdalena 
his wife, born at Old Geyssing in Saxony. ( See L.J., xxi., p. 454.) 

Phillip David Krauter, Doctor in Divinity, son of Phillip David Krauter and Maria 
Jacobina his wife, born at Augsburgh in Swabia, in Germany. 

Joshua Rougemont, son of Francis Anthony Rougemont and Beatrix his wife, born at 
Neufchatel in Switzerland. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



Ferdinand De Mierre, son of Augustin De Mierre and Diana his wife, born at Yverdon 
in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

Christian Godfrey Klein, son of Christian Klein and Christina his wife, born at 
Hirschberg in Germany. 

7° Geo. Ill, No. 40. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Feb., 1767.) 

John Rodolph Valltravers (Valtravers) son of John Rodolph Valltravers and Jane 
Mary his wife, born in the City of Berne, in Switzerland. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 41. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Feb., 1767.) 

Cristoffel Van Denbergh (Vanden Bergh), an infant of the age of seven years 
(grandson of Philip Jacob Baron de Soesdvk Van Cloon, Lord of Rhynwick), son 
of Edward Christian Van Denbergh, deceased, by Johanna Jacoba Van Soesdyk 
Van Cloon his wife, born in the Province of East Friesland, in Holland. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 42. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Feb., 1767.) 

Samuel Mandrot, son of Abraham Samuel Mandrot and Mary his wife, born at Yverdon 
in Switzerland. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 43. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Feb., 1767.) 

Nicholas Francis Beckman, son of Nicholas Beckman and Anne Margaret his wife, born 
at Frankfort in the Electorate of Brandenburgh. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 44. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Feb., 1767.) 

Theodore Van Teylingen, an infant of the age of ten years, son of Christian Van 
Teylingen and Magdalena Wilhelmina Hester his wife, born out of His Majesty’s 
allegiance. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 45. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Feb., 1767.) 

John Lewis Baumgartner, son of Jean Baumgartner and Susan Ville Myan Baum- 
gartner his wife, born in Geneva. 

Amable Doct, son of Peter Doct and Frances his wife, born at Ris fn the Province of 
Auvergne, in the Kingdom of France. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 76. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 March, 1767.) 

Leonard Meyer, son of Martin Meyer and Catherina his wife, born at Schaffhouse in 
Switzerland. 

Lewis Giles, son of John Giles and Mary his wife, born at Bulber in the Province of 
Normandy, in France. (See L.J., xxxi., p. 490.) 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 170. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1767.) 

John Koe, son of Jacob Koe and Karen his wife. 

George Wolff (Wolffe), son of Franz Wolff and Juger his wife, born at Christiana 
in Norway. 

7 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1 7 1 . 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1767.) 

Gerrard Goebell, son of John Gerrard Goebell and Susanna Maria his wife, born in the 
village of Saint George, near the City of Hamburgh. 

7° Geo. Ill, No. 215. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 June, 1767.) 

Henry Heyman, son of John Heyman and Engel his wife, born in Bremen. 



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7° Geo. Ill, No. 223. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 July, 1767.) 

Sophia Magdalen Lamack, an infant of the age of seventeen years (niece of Frederick 
Ravencamp), daughter of Joachim Henry Lamack and Anna Dorothea his wife, born 
in the Dutchy of Holstein, in Germany. (The petition for this bill was presented 
by her uncle, Frederick Ravencamp, L.J., xxxi., p. 623.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1766 Dec. 22. Mary Margaret Joye, of London, widow of Jeremiah Joye, formerly of 

London, merchant, but last of Wotton, co. Surrey, deceased; an alien 
born. ( Patent Roll, 7 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 

1767 Mar. 13. Valentine Auschentz, of the parish of St. Giles, Westminster, co. Midd., 

clockcase and cabinet maker, 

Frederick Hahn, of the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, co. Midd., 
habit maker, 

Nicholas Winkings, of the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, co. Midd., 
ironmonger and brazier, 

Harman Samler, of the parish of St. Ann, Blackfriars, in the city of 
London, sugar baker, 

Frederick William Sporman, of the parish of St. Mary, Whitechapel, 
co. Midd., sugar refiner, 

George Deichman, of the parish of St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, in the 
parish of London, sugar baker, 

Andrew Knies, of the parish of St. John, Wapping, co. Midd., sugar 
refiner; aliens born. (Ibid., part 3.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

8° Geo. Ill, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1767.) 

William Aubert, son of Anthony Aubert and Jane Louisa his wife, born in Geneva. 

8° Geo. Ill, No. 16. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1767.) 

Dirk Willem van Dam, son of Wilhelmus van Dan, of Rotterdam, merchant, and 
Margeritta his wife, born in Rotterdam. 

8° Geo. Ill, No. 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1767.) 

John Francis Rossier, son of Peter Jonas Rossier and Jane Mary his wife, born at 
Morat in Switzerland. 

Charles Augustus Rodolph Lewis de Willermin, son of Rudolph de Willermin and 
Frances Dorothea his wife, born at Eschallons, Canton of Berne in Switzerland. 

Nicholas Freese, son of Jurgen Freese and Maria his wife, born at Hamburgh in 
Germany. (See L.J., xxxii., p. 32.) 

John James Schlapffer, son of Matthew Schlapffer and Catherine his wife, born at 
Speicher in Switzerland. 

Lewis Repinder, son of Victor Repinder and Winifred Langdale his wife, born in the 
Duchy of Parma. 

8° Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 Jan., 1768.) 

David Peyer Imhoff, son of John Conrad Pever Imhoff and Maria Margaretha his wife, 
born at Shaffhouse in Switzerland. 



172 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



8° Geo. Ill, No. 135. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 Mar., 1768.) 

Lawrence Laforest (La Forest), son of Peter Laiorest and Catharine his wife, born 
at Perpignan in Roussilion, in France. 

8° Geo. Ill, No. 2 

(Bill received royal assent 21 May, 1768.) 

(This and No. 1, passed by themselves at end of Session.) 

John Daniel Leautier, son of Daniel Leautier and Catherina Bourgeois his wife, born at 
Moudon in the Canton of Bern in Switzerland. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1768 July 9. Wilhelmina Catharine, now wife of Thomas Lord King, baron of 
Ockham, in co. Surrey ; an alien born. ( Patent Roll, 8 Geo. Ill, part 4.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

9° Geo. Ill, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Nov., 1768). 

John Dufaur, son of Alexander Dufaur and Jane his wife, born at Pau in Bearn in 
France. 



9 0 Geo. Ill, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., I7b8.) 
George Madrass, born at Madrass in the East Indies. 



9 0 Geo. Ill, No. 16. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1768.) 

John Henry Schneider, son of John Ullrick Schneider and Susanna his wife, born at 
Alstettin in the County of Rheinthal, in Switzerland. 



9° Geo. Ill, No. 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1768.) 

Paul Niedrick, son of John Niedrick and Anna his wife, born at Biberswalde in Polish 
Prussia. 



9° Geo. Ill, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1769.) 

Lewis Diedrick Heshuysen, son of Andrew Heshuysen and Louisa his wife, born at 
Haarben [Haarlem], in Holland. 

9 0 Geo. Ill, No. 72. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1769.) 

Henry Uhthoff, son of John Andrew Uhthoff and Anna Rebecca his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

9° Geo. Ill, No. 73. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1769.) 

Peter Rauert, son of Arend Rauert and Catharina Georges Rauert his wife, born at 
Riga in the Province of Lifland, in the Dominions of Her Imperial Majesty the 
Empress of Russia. 

David Lewis Godin, son of David Godin and Elizabeth his wife, born in the Province 
of Normandy, in France. 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



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9° Geo. Ill, No. 191. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 May, 1769.) 

Samuel Canale, of Naples in Italy (he and his issue to take upon themselves and to be 
called and known by the sirname of Thorold only, and use respectively the sirname 
of Thorold only, and shall bear the arms of Sir Nathaniel Thorold, Baronet, 
deceased, in the same manner as the said Sir Nathaniel Thorold bore them.) ( See 
L.J., xxxii., p. 319, for the long petition for this bill. It states that Canale is a 
minor of 19 years and upwards, and professes the Protestant religion. The applica- 
tion was made under Thorold’s will to enable Canale to take the estates.) 

9 0 Geo. Ill, No. 192. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 May, 1769.) 

Everard (should be Gerard) Backus, son of Gerard William Backus and Maria Mar- 
garet Sophia his wife, born at Maestricht in Brabant. 

Leonard Holl, son of John Holl and Beate his wife, born at Uthlede in the Electorate 
of Hanover. 

9 0 Geo. Ill, No. 193. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 May, 1769.) 

John Christian Hoffman, son of Godfred Adelph Hoffman and Maria his wife, born at 
Warsaw in the Kingdom of Poland. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Feb., 1770.) 

John Caspar Schneider, son of Francis Schneider and Anna Martha his wife, born at 
Ober Kaufungen in the Landgraviate of Hesse Cassell. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Feb., 1770.) 

Adam Kroll, son of Reinholdt Frederick Kroll and Helena Dorothea Austerman 
Kroll his wife, born at Revel in Eastland in the Empire of Russia. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Feb., 1770.) 

John Daniel Cailler, son of John Lewis Cailler and Margaret his wife, born at Vevay 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 37. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1770.) 

Christian Gottlieb Schuster, son of Michael Schuster and Ann Margaretha his wife, 
born at Brischoffwerda in Saxony. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 38. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1770.) 

John Nicholas Jacquin, of the Parish of Christ Church, Spitalfields, in the County of 
Middlesex, Surgeon, born in the City of Paris within the Kingdom of France. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1770.) 

John Julius Angerstein, son of John Angerstein and Eve his wife, born in Petersburgh. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 81. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 Mar., 1770.) 

John Jacob Appach, son of Francis Appach and Gerdruth his wife, born in Bremen. 

io° Geo. Ill, No. 82. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 Mar., 1770.) 

John Gottfried Hanman, son of Michael Hanman and Sophia his wife, born in Dantzig. 



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DENIZATIONS : NATURALIZATIONS. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1769 Dec. 15. Peter Le Chevalier, of Averring, co. Gloucester, malster, 

James Du Bisson, of the parish of St. James’s, Westminster, co. Midd., 
gent., 

David Zubre (Zubre), of the parish of St. Martin [sic], co. Midd., 
victualler, 

James Le Breton, of the same, parish, victualler, 

Henry Haverbeck, of the same parish, tailor, 

Conrade Barrett, of Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, victualler, 

Benedict Schaller, of the parish of St. George’s, Hanover Square, co. 
Midd., gent. ; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 10 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 

1770 April 28. Joseph Planta, of Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, gent., 

Abraham Kirkman, of Great Poultney Street, in the parish of St. James’s, 
within the Liberty of Westminster, harpsichord maker, 

Jacob Kirkman the younger, of Bread Street, in the said parish, 
harpsichord maker, 

John Snetzler, of Oxford Road, in the parish of St. Mary le bone, 
co. Midd., organ builder, 

Michael Schlapfer, of Wood Street, Spittalfields, weaver, 

John Steinmetz, of the parish of St. Ann, Limehouse, co. Midd., baker, 
Nicholas Adams, of Bow, co. Midd., victualler; aliens born. (Ibid., 
part 3.) 



NATURA LIZA TIONS. 

ii° Geo. Ill, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 Nov., 1770.) 

Bernard Perny, son of John Perny and Mary his wife, born in the City of Perigueax in 
the Kingdom of France. 

n° Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 Dec., 1770.) 

Lewis Benjamin Crinsoz, son of the noble Isaac Crinsoz, Lord of Cottens in Switzerland, 
and Louisa his wife, born at Cottens in Switzerland. 

ii° Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1770.) 

Gerard Portman, son of John Portman and Sibilla Margareth his wife, born at Varel in 
Germany. 

ii° Geo. Ill, No. 57. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Mar., 1771.) 

Henry Renner, son of George Henry Renner and Anna Maria Gerberding Renner his 
wife, born in Berlin. 

ii° Geo. Ill, No. hi. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1771.) 

John Peter Du Roveray, son of Francis Du Roveray and Antoinette Durade Du 
Roveray his wife, born in Geneva. 

John Daniel Naville, son of Mark Naville and Ann Olimp Lalonet Naville his wife, 
born in Geneva. 

John Peter Eynard, son of John Lewis Eynard and Elizabeth Trimoliere Eynard his 
wife, born in Geneva. 

David Chollet, son of Peter Chollet and Jeane Ursule Crouzar his wife, born at Moudon 
in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

John Zacharias Gertcken, son of George Gertcken and Anna his wife, born at Cardan 
in Courland. (See L.J., xxxiii., p. 73, where the name appears as John Zacharias 
Gertchen : or p. 146, ibid, it appears as Gertcken.) 



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ii° Geo. Ill, No. 112. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1771.) 

Augustin Noverre, son of Jans George Noverre and Maria his wife, born at Paris in the 
Kingdom of France. (In L.J., xxxiii., p. 59, he is described as of Surrey Street in 
the Strand, gentleman.) 

ii° Geo. Ill, No. 177. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 April, 1771.) 

Jacob Matthias Justus, son of Frederick Justus and Margaretha Dorothea his wife, 
born in the Dutchy of Mecklenburgh in Germany. 

Theophilus Christian Blanc kenhagen, son of Simon Blanckenhagen and Agneta his 
wife, born in Revel. 

ii° Geo. Ill, No. 178. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 April, 1771.) 

Francis Harrand, son of Bertome Harrand and Eliza his wife, born at Angers in France. 

n° Geo. Ill, No. 212. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 May, 1771.) 

Carsten Dirs, son of Carsten Dirs and Anna his wife, born at Buchin in the Electorate 
of Hanover. 

Jacob Glostein, of Oster Slade, son of Barnes Glostein and Helwey Schwartz Glostein 
his wife, born at Wersale in the electorate of Hanover. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1771 June 1. Abraham Buzaglo, 

Alexander Keyser, the younger. 

Abraham Ricardo, 

Assur Keyser, 

Isaac Mendez Furtado, 

Benjamin Lara, 

Simon Daniels, all of the city of London, gentlemen ; aliens born. 
(Patent Roll, 11 Geo. Ill, part 5.) 



NATU RAUZA TIONS. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Feb., 1772.) 

Diederich Meyerhoff, son of Burchard Meyerhoff and Lucia his wife, born in Bremen. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Feb., 1772.) 

John Poel, son of Jacob Poel and Anna Maria his wife, born at Archangel in the Empire 
of Russia. 



12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Feb., 1772.) 

John Henry Gentil and Ann Lienard Gentil his wife, born at Neufchatel in Switzer- 
land. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Feb., 1772.) 

Francis Darius Laudumiey, son of Bernard Darius Laudumiey and Anne his wife, born 
at Couflans Saint Honore in the Province of Normandy, in the Kingdom of France, 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



12° Geo. Ill, No. 14. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 Feb., 1772.) 

Peter Lewis De la Rive, son of Francis De la Rive and Mary Andre De la Rive 
his wife, born in Geneva. 

Francis Menet, son of Francis Menet and Jane Juventin his wife, born at Blanchons in 
the Kingdom of France. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 Feb., 1772.) 

James Samuel Jequier, son of James Jequier and Anna Catharina his wife, born at 
Neufchatel in Switzerland. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 78. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1772.) 

Arnold Meyer, son of Arnold Meyer and Lucia his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Peter Boetefeur, son of Philip Boetefeur and Maria Elizabeth his wife, born in 
Hamburgh. 

John Gotthelft (Gotthelff) Rucker, son of Henry Rucker and Anne Louisa his 
wife, born in Hamburgh. ( See L.J., xxxiii., p. 254.) 

John Guth, son of John Adam Guth and Magdalena his wife, born in the City of Cassel 
in Germany. (In L.J., xxxiii., p. 333, the name appears as John Adam Guth.) 



12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 79. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1772.) 

John Luke Iselin, son of John Luke Iselin and Margaret his wife, born as Basil in 
Switzerland. 



12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 80. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1772.) 

Conrad Rucker, son of Henry Rucker and Anna Louisa his wife, born in Hamburgh. 



12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 127. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 April, 1772.) 

Henry Francis Sellon, son of Francis Sellon and Susanne Allegre his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 128. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 April, 1772.) 

John Bousquet, son of John Bousquet and Mary his wife, born at Vezenobre in 
Languedoc, in France. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 129. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 April, 1772.) 

John Lewis Lautier, son of John Lautier and Ann his wife, born at Berlin in the 
Dominions of his Prussian Majesty. 



12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 130. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 April, 1772.) 

Jaques Louis Pourtale’s (Portales), son of Jeremie Pourtale’s and Ester Marguerite 
his wife, born in Geneva. (See L.J., xxxiii., p. 372.) 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 194. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 May, 1772.) 

Frederick Cazenove, son of Theophilus Cazenove and Mary de Rapin Cazenove his 
wife, born in Amsterdam. 

12 0 Geo. Ill, No. 195. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 May, 1772.) 

Paul Pourtales, son of Jeremie Pourtales and Ester Marguerite his wife, born at 
Neufchatel. 

Francis Gabriel Charles Muller, son of Nicholas Charles Muller and Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Berne in Switzerland. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1772 April 3. Johan Zoffany, of St. Ann’s, Soho, co. Midd., Esq., 

John George Schennerstedt, of Kew Green, co. Surrey, gent., 

George Christian Wiese, of St. James’s, co. Midd., gent., 

Luke Wetton, of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Midd., confectioner, 
Charles Hinrichs, of St. Clement, Danes, co. Midd., furrier, 

Philip King, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, co. Midd., sugar refiner, 
Laurence Tenner (? Teuner), of St. George’s, Ratcliffe Highway, co. 
Midd., cabinet maker; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 12 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 
1772 April 30. Jacob Israel Brandon, 

Jacob Buzaglo, the younger, 

Moses Aboaf Fonseca, 

Joseph Bendelack, 

Isaac Jacob Salomon, 

Moses Massias, 

Abraham Mendes Furtado, all of the city of London, gentlemen; aliens 
born. (Ibid., part 3.) 



NATURA LIZA TIONS. 

13 0 Geo III, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1772.) 

Paul D’Aigremont, son of Pierre D’Aigremont and Elizabeth his wife, born at Nivelle 
in Brabant. 



13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1772.) 

Emeric Vidal, son of Matthew Vidal and Marques his wife, born at Montauban in France. 
Philippe Rivier, son of Theodore Rivier and Jeanne his wife, born in Geneva. 

Abraham Favenc, son of Mark Favenc and Anne his wife, born at Negripelisse in France. 



13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Dec., 1772.) 

Peter Francis Martin, son of Francis Martin and Ann his wife, born in the Parish 
of Offranville within the Diocese of Rouen, in the Kingdom of France. 

13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1773.) 

Isaac Morier, son of Isaac Morier and Jeanne his wife, born in the Canton of Berne in 
Switzerland. 

13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1773.) 

John Gottlob Neuman, son of Gottfry Neuman and Dorothea his wife, born at Zittau 
in Saxony. 

13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1773.) 

John Francis Curchod, son of Jacob Curchod and Catherine his wife, born at Crissier 
in Switzerland. 

13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1773.) 

Isabel Bouillon, spinster, daughter of Henry Bouillon and Janeton, otherwise Jane, his 
wife, born in the City of Brusells. 



13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 53. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mar., 1773.) 

Stephen Beuzeville, son of James Beuzeville and Mary his wife, born in the Parish of 
Millemarc in the Province of Caux in Upper Normandy, in France. 



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13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 91. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1773.) 

Joseph Franel, son of John Franel and Esther Ducret Franel his wife, born at Payerne 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 



13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 192. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 May, 1773.) 

William Billers, of the age of fourteen years, born at Bengal in the East Indies. 
(The petition for this bill was presented by his Guardian, Thomas Walker, Esq., 
L.J., xxxiii., p. 624.) 



13 0 Geo. Ill, No. 209. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 June, 1773.) 

Jacques, otherwise James Louis, of the Parish of Saint Mary le bone in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, an infant under the age of eighteen years, (that is to say) of 
the age of nine years and four months or thereabouts, born in Paris. (The petition 
for the bill was presented by his guardian, Joseph Gape, Esq., L.J., xxxiii., p. 630.) 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1774.) 

Samuel Rapillard, son of Nathaniel Rapillard and Frances his wife, born at Morges in 
Switzerland. 

Abraham Delapierre, son of Samuel Delapierre and Francoise his wife, born at Reverolle 
in the Balliage of Morges, in Switzerland. 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1774.) 

Louis de Saumaise, son of Louis Theodore de Saumaise and Bernardine Rene Chalmot, 
born at Breda in Dutch Brabant. 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1774.) 

Peter van Yzendoorn, son of Herman van Yzendoorn and Sara his wife, born in 
Rotterdam. 

14° Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1774.) 

Theodore George Gleichman, son of Johan Engelbert Gleichman and Catherina Maria 
his wife, born at Ellrich in the County of Hohnstein, in Germany. 

14° Geo. Ill, No. 30. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 March, 1774.) 

George Christopher Degen, son of John Frederick Degen and Christiana Catharina 
Maria his wife, born at Sindenhard in the Margrate of Bareith, in Franconia. ( See 
L.J., xxxv., 33, 405, 494, for a bill for dissolving his marriage with Katharine 
Furlong.) 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 68. 

(Bill received royal assent 31 Mar., 1774.) 

Nicholas Joachim Haeseler, son of Gottlieb Henry Haeseler and Anna Elizabeth 
his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

John Erich, son of John Henry Erich and Margarete Elizabeth his wife, born in Lubeck. 
(See L.J., xxxiv., p. 98, for a proviso that if either of them reside in Russia they 
shall lose their English nationality for so long.) 

14° Geo. Ill, No. 69. 

(Bill received royal assent 31 Mar., 1774.) 

Jacob Julien Baumgartner, son of John Baumgartner and Susanna Villemejane his wife, 
born in Geneva. (See L.J., xxxiv., p. 98, for proviso as above.) 



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14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 107. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1774.) 

Gustav Nicolaus Eggers, son of Claus Andreas Eggers and Margaretta Rebecca 
Marschner his wife, born in Hamburgh. ( See L.J., xxxiv., p. 97, for proviso as 
above.) 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 108. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1774.) 

John Everth, son of William Everth and Elizabeth his wife, born at Berlin in the 
Electorate of Brandenbourgh. ^ 

14° Geo. Ill, No. 109. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1774.) 

Captain David Francis De Bezancenet, son of Francis Augustin De Bezancenet and 
Susanna his wife, born at Yverdon in the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 



14 0 Geo. Ill, No. no. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1774.) 

Christian Frederick Esberger, son of John Nicholas Esberger and Ursula his wife, 
born at Berlin in the Electorate of Brandenburgh, in Germany. 



14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 159. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1774.) 

Paul Burnand, son of Denis Guerard Burnand and Esther Du Toit Burnand his wife, 
born at Moudon in Switzerland. (See L.J., xxxiv., p. 97, for proviso as, above 
annulling the naturalization if he reside in Russia.) 



14° Geo. Ill, No. 160. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1774.) 

Luder Hoffham, son of Gerhard Hoffham and Catherina his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

Nicholas Hane, son of Melchior Hane and Louisa his wife, born at Lehe in Hanover. 
(See L.J., xxxiv., p. 97, for proviso as above.) 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 161. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 May, 1774.) 

Victor Busigny, son of James Busigny and Etiana his wife, born at Mondon in the 
Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

14 0 Geo. Ill, No. 184. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 June, 1774.) 

John Michael Lange, son of Asmus Lange and Agatha Elizabeth Lutjense Lange his 
wife, born at Greenhoff near Hamburgh, in Germany. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1774 May 3. Raphael Brandon, of Bury Street, London, merchant, 

George Capadose, of the same place, Esq., 

Daniel Brandon Seixas (Siexas), of Haydon Square, in the Minories, 
London, merchant, 

Elias Curry, of Bevis Marks, St. Mary Axe, London, merchant, 

Jacob Rodriques Peynado, of the same place, merchant, 

Ruben Salomons, of Crutched Friers, London, merchant, 

Abraham Lopes Pereira, of Church Row, Fenchurch street, London, 
merchant; aliens born. (Patent Roll, 14 Geo. Ill, part 3.) 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1774.) 

Jacob Henry Suwe, son of Nicolaus Adolph Suwe and Elizabeth his wife, born in the 
Dutchy of Holstein in Germany. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 Feb., 1775.) 

George Ernst de Hahn, son of Christian de Hahn and Eve his wife, born at Stolpe in 
the Kingdom of Prussia. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1775.) 

Charles Bigot, son of Jacques Adrian Isaac Bigot and Francoise Herbert Bigot his 
wife, born in the City of Leuwaarden in Friesland. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1775.) 

Louis Jouenne, son of Garves Jouenne and Susan his wife, born at Saint Honorine in 
the Province of Normandy. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar., 1775.) 

Daniel Henry Rucker, son of Henry Rucker and Anna Louisa his wife, born at 
Hamburgh in Germany. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 72. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 April, 1775.) 

Charles Louis Spitta, son of David Louis Spitta and Dorothea Sophia his wife, born in 
the City of Brunswick, in the Dominion of the Duke of Brunswick. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 73. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 April, 1775.) 

John Peter Aubrey, son of Gerhard Aubery and Anna Charlotta his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

15 0 Geo. Ill, No. 149. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 May, 1775.) 

Levina Benjamina Goodricke, the wife of Henry Goodricke, of the City of York, 
Esquire, born in Holland. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1775 May 17. Sebastian Gottlob Kleinert, of the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, co. 
Midd., furrier, 

Charles Frederick Abel, of the parish of St Mary le bone, co. Midd., 
musician, 

Christopher Michael Seldenschlo (Seldenschle), of the city of 
London, sugar refiner, 

John Ernest Grob, of the said city, sugar refiner, 

John Wolrath Doorman, of the same, sugar refiner, 

John Daniel Richard, of the parish of St. James, Westminster, co. Midd., 
merchant, 

John Daniel Salomon, of the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, co. Midd., 
vintner; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 15 Geo. Ill, part 3.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 

i6° Geo. Ill, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Nov., 1775.) 

Frederick Molling, son of Christoph Mathias Moiling and Eleonora Cornelia his wife, 
born at Herford in Westphalia. 

John George Bindheisen, son of John Bindheisen and Mary Catherine his wife, born at 
Colmar in Alsace. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Nov., 1775.) 

Peter Henry Balemann, son of Henry Dederick Balemann and Magdalena Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Lubeck in Germany. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 Dec., 1775.) 

John Martin Fushs, son of John Jacob Fushs and Margaretha his wife, born in the City 
of Swinfurth in Germany. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 Dec., 1775.) 

Francis Anthony Rougemont, son of Francis Anthony Rougemont and Henrietta de 
Montmollin Rougement his wife, born at Neufchatel in Switzerland. 

16 0 Geo. III. No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 Dec., 1775.) 

Anthony Ten Broeke, son of Herman Ten Broeke and Mary his wife, born at Zutphen 
in the Province of Guelderland, one of the United Provinces. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Dec., 1775.) 

Niss Nissen, son of John Nissen and Lyndet his wife, born at Schotzbyll-upon-Sundewith 
in the Dukedom of Holstein-Glucksburg. 

Christopher Gabriel Marwjsde, son of August Philip Wilhelm Marwaede and Anna 
Clara his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Dec., 1775.) 

John William Paul, son of John Joseph Paul and Mary his wife, born at Strehlin in 
Silesia. 

Claes Grill, son of Abraham Grill and Anna Maria his wife, born at Gothenburg in 
Sweden. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 20. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Dec., 1775 ) 

Charles Quist, son of Adolphus Quist, Count of Swenhnfwnd in the Kingdom of Sweden, 
and Elizabeth his wife, born at Jygesund in the Province of Nordland, in the Kingdom 
of Sweden. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 69. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Mar., 1776.) 

Charles Godfrey Wolff, son of Charles Godfrey Wolff and Anna Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Moscow in the Empire of Russia. 

John Henry (should be Adam) Hecker, son of John Henry Hecker and Marv Elizabeth 
his wife, born at Bergraben in Germany. (In L.J., xxxiv., p. 614, the name ap- 
pears as John Adam Hecker.) 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 70. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Mar., 1776.) 

John Liardet, son of John George Liardet and Margaret his wife, born at Lausanne in 
the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. (See L.J., xxxiv., p. 715, for an Act for a 
patent to John Liardet, clerk, for a certain composition or cement.) 



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i6° Geo. Ill, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Mar., 1776.) 

Lewis Vialetes Bastide, son of James Vialetes Daignan, by Perrette Bastide his wife, 
born at Montauban in the Province of Guyene, in France. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 72. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Mar., 1776.) 

John Hoffman, son of Martin Hoffman and Isabella his wife, born at Lubec in Germany. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 150. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 May, 1776.) 

Henry Lawrence Zinck, son of Bendix Frederick Zinck and Margaret his wife, born at 
Husum in the Duchy of Holstein in Germany. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1 5 1 . 

(Bill received royal assent 13 May, 1776.) 

John Alexander De MorsiER, son of Daniel Alexander De Morsier and Jane Grivel De 
Morsier his wife, born at Perroy in the Canton of Bern, in Switezrland. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 152. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 May, 1776.) 

Engelbert Mulhausen, son of John Christoff Mulhausen and Susannah his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

16 0 Geo. Ill, No. 153. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 May, 1776.) 

Marie Magdelaine Chevalier, born at Chalillon-sur-Loize in the Province of Orleans in 
France. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1776 April 13. David Alves Rebello, of Hackney, co Midd., merchant, 

Abramhaim Franco, of America Square, in the city of London, merchant. 
Isaac Nasso, of Friday Street, in the said city, merchant, 

Emanuel Fernandez, of Devonshire Square, in the said city, merchant, 
Isaac Moron, of Bury Street, St. Mary Axe, in said city, merchant, 
Abraham Teixeira, otherwise Abraham de David Teixeira, of ; 

Winchester Street, in said city, merchant, 

Elias Levy de Lima, of Gould Square, in said city, merchant ; aliens 
born. ( Patent Roll, 16 Geo. Ill, part 4.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

17° Geo. Ill, No. 8. 

(Bill received roval assent 2 Dec., 1776.) 

Andreas Gottlieb, son of Jacob Gottlieb and Gertraude his wife, born at Pieberich in the 
County of Nassau Ussingen, in Germany. 



17° Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 Dec., 1776.) 

Gilles Prudent Melasse, son of George Melasse and Margaret his wife, born at Saci in 
Normandy. 

17° Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 Dec., 1776.) 

Dorothea Margreta Hartman, daughter of Johan Engelbert Hartman and Sophia 
Catherina his wife, born at Linden near Hanover. 



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17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1 1 . 

(Bill received royal assent 2 Dec., 1776.) 

Paul Johan Christian Tax, son of Christian Tax and Regina his wife, born at Marckt 
Alvensbeben in the Duchy of Magdebourg, in the Dominions of the King of Prussia. 

John Vallientine Gottlieb, son of John Jacob Gottlieb and Anna Gerhtraut Gottlieb 
his wife, born at Biebrick in the County of Nassau Usingen, in Germany. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 42. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1777.) 

George William Soltau, son of Martin William Soltau and Ann Engel Soltau his 
wife, born at Bergedorf in Holstein, in Germany. 

Gerhard Berck, son of Gerhard Berck and Regina his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Henry Albrecht Hammelburg, son of David Hammelburg and Rebecca his wife, born at 
Bremen in Germany. 

Gunter Henry Kroger, son of Johan Christian Kroger and Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Levern in the Principality of Minden in Westphalia. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 43. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1777.) 

Ernest Bernard Banning, son of John Marcus Banning and Maria Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Lathbergen in the County of Tecklenburg in the Kingdom of Prussia. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 44. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1777.) 

John Centlivres, son of Francis Albert Centlivres and Mary Salome Centlivres his 
wife, born at Yverdon in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 45. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1777.) 

Marcellin Pernoud, son of Gabriel Pernoud and Mary his wife, born at Trevoux in the 
Province of Lyons, in France. 

17° Geo. Ill, No. 46. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1777.) 

William Aguiton, son of William Aguiton and Ann Mavit Aguiton his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

William Aguiton, son of William Aguiton and Ann Mavit his wife, born in Geneva. 

17° Geo. Ill, No. 47. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1777.) 

Willem Vlught, son of Jacob Vlught and Wyntye Vanden Venguldenhoeff Vlughthis 
wife, born at Amsterdam, in Holland. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Nov., 1777.) 

Horace Cattaneo, son of Matthias Cattaneo and Maria Frances his wife, born at Novi 
in the Republic of Genoa. 

Francis Gaudot, son of Peter Gaudot and Catherine Frances his wife, born in Naples. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 210. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 May, 1777.) 

Maria Perry, daughter of Cornelius Van der Wyden and Catherine his wife, born at 
Leyden in Holland. 

17 0 Geo. Ill, No. 211. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Mary, 1777.) 

Charles Morris Klanert, son of Alexander Klanert and Charlotte his wife, born at 
Dresden in Saxony. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1777 April 24. Anne Labbee, of Berkeley Square, in the city of Westminster, spinster ; 
an alien born. ( Patent Roll, 17 Geo. Ill, part 3.) 



NA TO RAUZA TIONS. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 Dec., 1777.) 

Francis Popham, son of Francis Popham and Martha Clarke, born at Soisons in the 
Kingdom of France. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 7. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 Dec., 1777.) 

John Meyer, son of Heysing Meyer and Gesina his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Christopher Henry Martens, son of Conrade Martens and Mary his wife, born at 
Doran in Germany. 

18 0 Geo. III. No. 44. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

David Henry De Beaune, son of Denis De Beaune and Jean Suzanne Gottraux De 
Beaune his wife, born at Yverdun in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 45. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

Hans Arfwidsson, son of Christian Arfwidsson and Marguerete Strom Arfwidsson his 
wife, born at Gothenburg in the Kingdom of Sweden. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 46. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

Charles Frederick Loudonsack, son of Charles Frederick Loudonsack and Mary 
Elizabeth his wife, born at Stendal in Brandenburg. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 47. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

Henry Wilckens, son of Henry Wilckens and Sophia Christina his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

John Christian Dean, son of John Christian Dean and Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Nordheim in the Electorate of Hanover. 

Jacob Gottfried FIippius, son of Johan Frederick Hippius and Agneta Magdalena his 
wife, born at Revel in Livonia, in Russia. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

James Cazenove, son of David Cazenove and Charlotte Marie Faure Cazenove his wife, 
born in Geneva. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

Francis Long, son of Peter Long and Frances Lullin Long his wife, born at Turin in 
the Principality of Piedmont. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1778.) 

Antoine Bazin, son of Christophle Bazin and Catherine his wife, born in the Parish of 
Cohnige in the Province of Normandy. 



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1 8° Geo. Ill, No. 130. 

(Bill recived royal assent 10 April, 1778.) 

Pierre Theodore De Bruges, son of Pierre Theodore De Bruges and Catharine his wife, 
born in the Parish of Sainte Sulpice in the City of Paris, in the Kingdom of France. 



18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 205. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 May, 1778.) 

Court Henry Dirs, son of Carsten Dirs and Anna his wife, born at Buchin in the 
Electorate of Hanover. 

18 0 Geo. Ill, No. 206. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 May, 1778.) 

Philippe Besnard, son of Jean Besnard and Jeanne his wife, born in the Parish of Saint 
Senier de Bevron in the Province of Normandy, in the Kingdom of France. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1778 July 30. Jacob Beltz, of St. Martins in the Fields, co. Midd., pork butcher, 

Jacob Hansler, of the same, victualler, 

Gideon Ernest Charpentier, of St. Giles in the Fields, co. Midd., 
jeweller, 

Johann Franciscus Wilhelmi, of the same, jeweller, 

Christian Felsner, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, co. Midd., button 
maker, 

John Buhl, of St. Martins in the Fields, co. Midd., brazier, 

Henry Frieake (Frieak), of St. Paul, Covent Garden, warehouseman ; 
aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 18 Geo. Ill, part 4.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

19° Geo. Ill, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 Dec., 1778.) 

John Daniel Hose, son of John Volckman Hose and Dorothea Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Ascherschleben in Brandenburg. 

19 0 Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received rayal assent 9 Feb., 1779.) 

Theodorus Martinus Mispelblom Beyer (Beijer), son of Henrich David Mispelblom 
Beyer and Catherina Elizabeth his wife, oorn at the Hague in Holland. 

19 0 Geo. Ill, No. 103. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1779-) 

Henry Amsinck, son of Zimbert Amsinck and Susannah Catherina his wife, born at 
Hamburgh in Germany. 

19 0 Geo. Ill, No. 162. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 May, 1779.) 

Peter Daille Bonnevaux, son of Daniel Daille and Magdalen his wife, born at 
Saumur in the Kingdom of France. 

19° Geo. Ill, No. 163. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 May, 1779.) 

John Sellon, son of Francis Sellon and Louisa his wife, born at Nismes in the Kingdom 
of France. 

19 0 Geo. Ill, No. 164. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 May, 1779.) 

James Charnaud, son of John Charnaud and Margaret his wife, born in the City of 
Smyrna in Asia Minor. 



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DENIZATIONS. 

1779 April 26. William Urban Buee, of Liverpool, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, 
merchant; an alien born. ( Patent, Roll, 19 Geo. Ill, part 3.) 



NA TURALIZA TIONS. 

20 0 Geo. Ill No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Feb., 1780.) 

John Salomon Balthasar Sontag, son of John William Sontag and Ann his wife, born 
at the Hague in Holland. 

20 0 Geo. Ill, No. 60. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1780.) 

Charles Henry Cazenove, son of David Cazenove and Charlotte Marie Faure Cazenauve 
his wife, born in Geneva. 

David Duval, son of Peter Duval and Sophia Marie Lagisse Duval his wife, born in 
Francfort. 

20 0 Geo. Ill, No. 61. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1780.) 

Bartholomew Huber, son of Peter Huber and Martha his wife, born at Lyons in France. 

20 0 Geo. Ill,- No. 101. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 May, 1780.) 

Anthony Henry Haldimand, son of John Abraham Haldimand and Mary Justine his wife, 
born at Turin in Italy. 

20° Geo. Ill, No. 107. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 May, 1780.) 

Lewis Lochee, son of of John Lochee and Theresa his wife, born at Bruxelles in the 
Province of Brabant. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1780 July 17. Henrietta Akerman, wife of Isaac Akerman, of Battersea Rise, co. Surrey, 
Esq., and daughter of Thomas Ardesoif, late of Soho Square, co. Midd., 
Esq., deceased, by Henrietta his wife, also deceased ; an alien born. 
( Patent Roll, 20 Geo. Ill, part 4.) 



NATURA LIZA TIONS. 

21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 5. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Nov., 1780.) 

Simeon Pope, son of Seeleg Pope and Rebecca Kreitz Pope his wife, born in the City of 
Raaf in the Kingdom of Hungary. (In L.J., xxxvi., p. 186, he is described as 
Simeon Pope, gentleman.) 

21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 6. 

(Bill received royal assent 27 Nov., 1780.) 

John Frederick Kern, son of Paridon Daniel Kern and Joanna Kern his wife, born at 
Hamburgh in Germany. 

Nathaniel Lewis Paleske, son of Johann Gottlieb Paleske and Euphrosina his wife, born 
at Dantzig. 

21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1781.) 

Dame Charlotte Sophia Smyth, wife of Sir Robert Smvth, of Beerchurch Hall in the 
County of Essex, Baronet (and to enable her to hold and enjoy the yearly rent charge 
of eight hundred pounds, limited to her upon her marriage, in the name of her 
jointure), born in the City of Hamburgh. 



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2i° Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1781.) 

John Herman Kater, son of Johan Bartel Kater and Anna Margaretha his wife, born in 
the County of The Lippe in Westphalia. 



21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1781.) 

John Engelberts Ziegenbein, son of John Caspar Zeigenbein and Johanna Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Ellrich in the County of Hohinstein, in Germany. 

Charles Augustus Pieschell, son of Carlos Gottlob Pieschell and Maria Elizabeth his 
wife, born in Magdebourgh. 

21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 30. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1781.) 

George Lewis Kohn, son of Peter Kohn and Elizabeth his wife, born at Lubeck in 
Germany. ( See L.J., xxxix., p. 21, where he appears a defendant in a writ of error, 
John Southey plaintiff.) 



21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 31. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1781.) 

Peter Chasseaud, son of Peter Chasseaua and Sarah his wife, born at Angora in Asia. 

21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1781.) 

James Mary Siordet, son of Thomas Stephen Siordet and Louisa Prevost Siordet his 
wife, born in Geneva. 

John Lewis Hooffstetter, son of Daniel Hooffstetter and Mary Panchaud Hooffstetter 

his wife, born at Buran in Switzerland. 

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21 0 Geo. Ill, No. 84. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 May, 1781.) 

Dorothy Hannah Louisa Harriot Henley, wife of William Henley, Esquire, born in 
the Empire of Germany. (For her petition see L.J., xxxvi., p. 256 : her husband 
of Gore Court, co. Kent, and her petition was for naturalization and to enable her to 
hold estates as natural born subjects may.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1781 May 10. George Livins, now residing at Calcutta, in the East Indies, son of 
Peter Lewis Livins, and Susanna his wife ; an alien born. ( Patent Roll, 
21 Geo. Ill, part 5.) 



NATURA LIZA T 10 NS. 

22° Geo. Ill, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Dec., 1781.) 

Henry Meier, son of Jacob Meier and Rebecca his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 

Herman Diederick Retberg, son of John Abraham Retberg and Catharina his wife, born 
at Bremen in Germany. 

22 0 Geo. Ill, No. 14. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1782.) 

John Claudius Billet, son of Claudius Billet and Frances Durand Billet his wife, born 
in Geneva. 

22° Geo. Ill, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Mar., 1782.) 

Charles Frederick Schmoll, son of John Jacob Schmoll and Charlotta Frederica his 
wife, born in the Principality of Nassau in Germany. 



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22° Geo. Ill, No. 35. 

(Bill received roay assent 25 Mar., 1782.) 

Frederick Tschiffeli, son of Abram Tschiffeli and Mary Catherine his wife, born at 
Neuville in Switzerland. 

22 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1 41 . 

(Bill received royal assent 5 July, 1782.) 

Henry Eggers, son of Jacob Eggers and Abigail Wellers Eggers his wife, born at 
Kothel in Holstein. 

23 0 Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received roay assent 14 Mar., 1783.) 

John Daniel Frederick Ruete, son of Isaac Ruete and Anna Maria his wife, born at 
Archin near Bremen, in Germany. 

23° Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received roay assent 14 Mar., 1783.) 

David Emanuel Fasnacht, son of David Emanuel Fasnacht and Esther his wife, born 
at Berne in Switzerland. 

23 0 Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received roay assent 14 Mar., 1783*) 

Ephraim Rinhold Seehl, of Saint Leonard’s, Bromley, in the County of Middlesex, son 
of Ephraim Seehl and Maria his wife, born at Stockholm in Sweden. 

23° Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received roay assent 14 Mar., 1783.) 

Stephen Gideon Renaud, son of Peter Renaud and Susanne his wife, born at Lachaux 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

John Francis Daniel Renaud, son of Moses Renaud and Ann Mary his wife, born at 
Lauchaux in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

23 0 Geo. Ill, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1783.) 

David Piffard, son of Charles Piffard and Anna his wife, born at Geneva in Switzerland. 

23c Geo. Ill, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 April, 1783.) 

John Urban Reybaz, son of Francis Lewis, by Mary Magdalen Giral his wife, born at 
Vevey in Switzerland. 

Alexander Aubert, son of Peter Aubert and Elizabeth Bonnet Aubert his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

23° Geo. Ill, No. 72. 

(Bill received royal assent 17 April, 1783.) 

John James Tourneisen, son of John James Tourneisen and Rose Schweighauser, born 
at Basil in Switzerland. 

23 0 Geo. Ill, No. 84. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 May, 1783.) 

Christian Hinrich Ruther, son of Christian Ruther and Anna Lucia Ruther, his wife, 
born in Hamburgh. 

23° Geo. Ill, No. 120. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 June, 1783.) 

Isaac Lewis Miol, son of Jean Miol and Francoise Flavard Miol his wife, born at 
Vevay in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland. 

23° Geo. Ill, No. 121. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 June, 1783.) 

Margaretta Phillipina Wale and Mary Pemberton, the wife of the Reverend Thomas 
Pemberton, daughters of Thomas and Louisa Rodolphina Wale, born in Riga. 



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24 0 Geo. Ill, Session 1, No. 8. 

(Bill reseived royal assent 24 Dec., 1783.) 

John Christian Splitgerber, son of John Frederick Splitgerber and Christiana Catherina 
his wife, born at Jacobshagen in Prussian Pomerania. 

Sebastian Fridag, son of Sebastian Fridag and Tetta his wife, born at Emden in Germany. 
(For the naturalization of another Sebastian Fridag in 42 Geo. III., see L.J., xliii., 
P- 432.) 

24 0 Geo. Ill, Session 1, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Dec., 1783.) 

Michael Peter Touray, son of Louis Peter Touray and Jane his wife, born at Pons in 
Saint Onge, in France. 

24 0 Geo. Ill, Session 1, No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Mar., 1784.) 

Augustus Everard Brande, son of Augustus Herman Brande and Anne Dorothy 
Zeidler Brande his wife, born at Hanover in Germany. 

24 0 Geo. Ill, Session 1, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Mar., 1784.) 

Detlev Bonaveniura Eicke, son of Henning Johan Herman Eicke and Anne Catherina 
his wife, born at Woldenhorn in Hollstein. 

John Henry Hecker, son of John Henry Hecker and Mary Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Bergraborn in Germany. 

24° Geo. Ill, Session 2, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 16 July, 1784.) 

John Joseph Mary Poplain, soo of Francis Poulain and Mary Parent Poulain his wife, 
born at Valencienoes in Hainault, in the Kingdom of France. 

24 0 Geo. Ill, Session 2, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 July, 1784.) 

Emanuel Goodhart, son of Henry Goodhart and Elizabeth his wife, born in the City of 
Borcken in the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel. 

25 0 Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Mar., 1785.) 

Charles Frederick Wiple, son of John Conradt Wiple, by Ann Catherine his wife, born 
at Boppenweiler in the Principality of Wurtemberg, in Germany. 

25 0 Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Mar., 1785.' 

Frederick Hendrick Van Hagen, son of John Laurens Van Flagen, by Elizabeth 
Janssen his wife, born at Madgebourg in Germany. 

25 0 Geo. Ill, No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1785.) 

Simon Tamm, son of Gaspar Tamm by Catherine Agatha his wife, born at Hamburgh in 
Germany. 

25° Geo. Ill, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1785.) 

John Andrew De Luc, son of Jacques Francis De Luc and Frances Huaut his wife, born 
in Geneva. 

25° Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1785.) 

Thomas Oom, son of Henry Oom, by Gertrude Elizabeth his wife, born at Reval in 
Livonia, in Russia. 

Charles Frederick Bremer, son of John Charles Bremer, by Florentina Elizabeth his 
wife, born at Dantzig in Pomerania. 

Daniel Philipp Dobbert, son of Gotthard Dobbert, bv Margareta Dorotea his wife, born 
git Saint Petersburg in Russia, 



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25° Geo. Ill, No. 124. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June, 1785.) 

William Henry Collignon, son of Peter Collignon, by Margaret his wife, born at 
Lubec in Germany. 

25 0 Geo. Ill, No. 125. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June, 1785.) 

Barnard Levi, son of Barnard Levi, by Sarah his wife, born at Diez in Germany. 

25° Geo. Ill, No. 160. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 July, 1785.) 

Charles Imhoff, son of Charles Imhoff and Marian his wife, born at Ludwigsburg 
Stuttgart in the Duchy of Wirtenberg. (See L.J., xxxvii., p. 290, where he is 
described as of eighteen years and upwards.) 

25 0 Geo. Ill, No. 161. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 July, 1785.) 

Hermann Graumann, son of Carsten Graumann, by Anna his wife, born at Hamburg 
in Germany. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1785 Sept. 10. George Hammersmith, of Chiswick, co. Midd., morocco manufacturer; 
an alien born. ( Patent Roll, 25 Geo. Ill, part 6.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1786.) 

Louis Weltje, son of Augustus Weltje, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Brunswick in 
Germany. 

Alexander von Mayersbach, son of Johann Frederick von Mayersbach, by Carolina 
Sabina his wife, born at Erlang in Bayreuth. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1786.) 

Andreas Emmerich, son of Conrad Emmerich, by Anna Catharina Schneider, born at 
Kilianstedter, near Hess Hannan in Germany. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. n. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1786.) 

John Henry Christopherson, son of John Henry Christopherson, bv Sophia Dorothea 
his wife, born at Hamburg in Germany. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 Mar., 1786.) 

John Henry Rougemont, son of Francis Anthony Rougemont and Henrietta de 
Montmollin, born in Neuschatel. 

Lewis Guy, son of Lewis Guv and Susan Mary Girard, born at Vallingin in Switzerland. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1786.) 

John Conrad Meyer, son of David Mever, by Judith his wife, born at Lindau in Ger- 
many. 



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26° Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1786.) 

John Peter Richard, son of Jacob Richard, by Ilsabe Lucia his wife, born at Hamburgh 
in Germany. 

George Christian Matthiessen, son of Conrad Matthiessen, by Gertrude Agnetha his 
wife, born at Altona in Germany. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1786.) 

Gustaf Hederstedt (now residing at Plymouth, Devon), son of Joran Hederstedt, by 
Maria his wife (formerly Maria Sauberg), born at Stockholm in the Kingdom of 
Sweden. 

26° Geo. Ill, No. 220. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 July, 1786.) 

Albertine Marianne Trefusis (late Albertine Marianne Gaulis), wife of Robert George 
William Trefusis, of Trefusis in the County of Cornwall, Esquire, daughter of Jean 
Abram Rodolph Gaulis and Jean Louise Dorothee Porta his wife, born at Lausanne in 
the Canton of Berne in Switzerland. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1786 June 30. Francis Pasquali, a native of Venice, and now of Tottenham Street, in 
the parish of St. Pancras, co. Midd., musician, 

Michael Novosielski, a native of Rome, and now of Piccadilly, in the 
same county, architect ; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 26 Geo. Ill, part 7.) 

1786 June 30. Mariana Decus, of Air Street, in the parish of St. James’s, in the Liberty 
of Westminster, spinster; an alien born. (Ibid.) 

1786 Sept. 29. Francis Christian Lutyens, Esq., a native of Leghorn, and now of 
College Hill, in the city of London ; an alien born. (Ibid., part 9.) 



NATURALIZATIONS . 

27° Geo. Ill, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Feb., 1787.) 

George Wackerbarth, son of John Wackerbarth, by Anna Elizabeth Schroder, born at 
Fritzlar in Hessia, in Germany. 

27 0 Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1787.) 

Solomon Dedel, son of Solomon Dedel, by Augusta his wife, born in the City of 
Amsterdam. 

27 0 Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1787.) 

Daniel Graff, son of Daniel Graff, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Reau in the Canton of 
Bern, in Switzerland. 

27° G&o. Ill, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 Mar., 1787.) 

Peter Everhard Camper, son of Peter Camper, by Johanna his wife, born at Amsterdam 
in Holland. 

27° Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar., 1787.) 

George Chandler, an infant of the age of nine years or thereabout now residing at 
Rugby in the County of Warwick (born at Lucknow within the Province of Oude 
in the East Indies), and Maria Chandler, spinster, an infant of the age of fourteen 
years and six months or thereabout, now residing at Chelsea in the County of 
Middlesex (born at Moidapore within the Province of Bengal in the East Indies), 
wards of James Rice Williams, of New Bridge Street in the City of London, Esquire, 
guardian. 



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27 0 Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar., 1787.) 

Peter John Hosch, son of Peter John Hosch, by Susanna Brenner, born at Basil in 
Switzerland. 

27 0 Geo. Ill, No. 39. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 April, 1787.) 

John Jacob Hertel, son of John William Hertel, by Anna Maria Corts his wife, born at 
Remscheid in the Dutchy of Berg, in Germany. 

27 0 Geo. Ill, No. 77. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 May, 1787.) 

Frederick Hippius, son of Johan Frederck Hippius, by Augusta Magdalena his wife, 
born at Reval in Livornia, in Russia. 

27 0 Geo. Ill, No. 122. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 May, 1787.) 

William Homeyer, son of Daniel Homeyer, by Catherina his wife, born at Shorfolden- 
dorf in the Dukedom of Brunswick. 

DENIZATIONS. 

1786 Dec. 19. Julian Pavolini, of Cornhill, London, Esq., 

Joseph Morsa, of Size Lane, merchant, 

Moses Morsa, of the same place, merchant, 

Zaccaria Levy, of Broad Street Buildings, London, merchant, 
Solomone d’Angelo Finzi, of New Street, Bishopsgate Street, London, 
merchant; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 27 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

28° Geo. Ill, No. 38. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Mar., 1788.) 

Daniel Godfrey Hintze, son of Conrad Gustav Hintze and Margareta Elisabeth his 
wife, born at Lubeck in Germany. 

28° Geo. Ill, No. 141. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 June, 1788.) 

John Phillip Weber, son of John Joachim Weber and Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Luckow in the Duchy of Lunenburg. 

28° Geo. Ill, No. 142. 

(Bill received roval assent 11 June, 1788.) 

Daniel Nantes, son of Johann Nantes, a Citizen of Bremen Old Town, a free Imperial 
City, and Gesche his wife, born at Bremen, aforesaid. 

28° Geo. Ill, No. 143. 

(Bill received roval assent 11 June, 1788.) 

The Reverend Lewis Guerry, son of the Reverend Joseph Anthony Guerry and Jane 
Frances his wife, born at Beguin in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 



1788 Jan. 5. 
1787 Dec. 19. 
1788 April 25. 



DENIZA TIONS. 

Esther Serra, of Goodman’s Place, co. Midd., widow; an alien born. 
( Patent Roll, 28 Geo. Ill, part 4.) 

Fermin de Tastet, of Burv Court, St. Marv Axe, London, merchant; an 
alien born. (Ibid.) 

Charles Hastings, of the parish of .St. James, within the Liberty of 
Westminster, Esq. ; an alien born. (Ibid., part 5.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



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NA TURALIZA TIONS. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 9. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1789.) 

Nathaniel Wendt, son of Nathaniel Wendt, by Anna Catharina his wife, born in Dantzig. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1789.) 

John Gottlieb Klopfer, son of Christian Klopfer, by Ann Christinay his wife, born at 
Zuillickau in Brandenburgh, in Prussia. 

John William Vogel, son of George William Vogel, by Eve Mary his wife, born at 
Strehlen in Silesia. 

Henry Siffken, son of John Siffken, by Anne Catherine his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

29° Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1789.) 

Jacob and James Lewis Siordet, sons of Thomas Stephen Siordet, by Louisa Prevost his 
wife, born in Geneva. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1789.) 

Lewis Pourtales, son of James Lewis Pourtales, by Rosetta Augustina De Luze his wife, 
born at Neuschatel in Switzerland. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 April, 1789.) 

Frederick Samuel Secretan, otherwise Samuel Frederick Secretan, son of Benjamin 
Daniel Secretan and Catherine Dick his wife, born at Lausanne in Switzerland. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 61. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 May, 1789.) 

Anna Elizabeth Jackson, daughter of Theodore Benjamin Jankowski, by Obzewska his 
wife, born at Warsaw in the Kingdom of Poland. 

29° Geo. Ill, No. 62. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 May, 1789.) 

Anthony Demezy, son of Peter Anthony Demezy, by Catharina his wife, born in Turin. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 109. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 June, 1789.) 

Henry Nantes, son of Herman Nantes, a Citizen of Bremen, a Free Imperial City, and 
Dorothea Christina his wife, born at Bremen, aforesaid. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. no. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 June, 1789.) 

Christopher Gemsa, son of Adam Gemsa and Beata Louisa his wife, born at Neydenburg, 
in East Prussia. 

29° Geo. Ill, No. 148. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 July, 1789.) 

John Henry Fock, called Baron de Robeck, son of Jacob Constantin Baron de Fock, by 
Catherine Madgelaine Howerd his wife, born at Westergothland in the Kingdom of 
Sweden. 

290 Geo. Ill, No. 149. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 July, 1789.) 

Peter Lecornu, son of Noel Lecornu, by Mary his wife, born at Epinay in Normandie. 

29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 166. 

(Bill received royal assent 31 July, 1789.) 

Anthony Charles Benjamin Saladin, Citizen and a Member of the Great Council of 
Geneva, son of Anthony Saldin de Craus and Maria Charlotta his wife, born in Paris. 

N 



194 NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



29 0 Geo. Ill, No. 178. 

(Bill received royal assent xi Aug., 1789.) 

Henry de Bons, son of Francis de Bons, by Elizabeth Loubier his wife, born at Lausanne 
in Switzerland. 

Francis Blanchenay, son of Samuel Blanchenay, by Jane Vernes his wife, born at Morges 
in Switzerland. 

James Chau vet, son of Peter Chauvet, by Charlotte Joly his wife, born in Geneva. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1789 May 7. Moses Fernandez, of New Ormond Street, in the parish of St. Andrew, 
Holborn, co. Midd., gent. ; an ailen born. ( Patent Roll, 29 Geo. Ill, 
part 2.) 

1789 May 27. John Andrea Gallini, of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, 
co. Midd., Esq.; an alien born. ( Ibid ., part 3.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

30° Geo. Ill, No. 8. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 Feb., 1790.) 

Gottlob Gotthelff Schusler, son of George Henry Schusler, by Maria Elizabeth 
Stonehouse, born at Leipzig in Saxony. 

30° Geo. Ill, No. 46. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1790.) 

George P.etsch, son of John Frederick Paetsch, by Sophia Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Tangermunde in Germany. 

John Christian Hartwig Garbers, son of Jochim Henry Garbers, by Anna Dorothea his 
wife, born at Hamburg in Germany. 

John Henry Pasteur, son of John Mark Pasteur, by Jenny his wife, born in Leghorn. 

30° Geo. Ill, No. 47. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1790.) 

Julius George Bierbaum, son of George William Bierbaum, by Anna Elizabeth his wife, 
born in Brunswick. 

30° Geo. Ill, No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1790.) 

Noah Turmine, son of Guillaume Turmine, by Marianne his wife, born at Turtencourt in 
the Province of Picardy, in the Kingdom of France. 



30° Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 April, 1790.) 

Matthias Koops, of Edmonton in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, son of Matthias 
Koops and Katharina Dorothea his wife, born at Pomerania in the Dominions of 
the King of Prussia. 

30° Geo. Ill, No. 67. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 April, 1790.) 

Willem Blaauw (commonly called William Blaauw), son of Gerrit Blaauw, by Maria 
Augusta his wife, born "in the City of Amsterdam in Holland. 

30° Geo. Ill, No. 151. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 June, 1790.) 

Franchise Antoinette De Luc, son of Jean Andr£ De Luc and Fran^oise Vieusseux 
his wife, born in Geneva. 



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30° Geo. Ill, No. 152. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 June, 1790.) 

August Leberecht Schonberg, son of Christian Gottlieb Schonberg, by Charlotta 
Sophia his wife, born at Dresden in Saxony. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1790 May 14. Frederick Peterstorf, a native of Prussia, and now of Salisbury Court, 
Fleet Street, in the parish of St. Bride, and the City of London, furrier; 
an alien born. ( Patent Roll, 30 Geo. Ill, part 6.) 



NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 Dec., 1790.) 

Christian Noordingh, son of Gustave Noordingh, by Sarah his wife, born upon the 
high seas. 

31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Mar., 1791.) 

Luke Foreman, of the Parish of Saint Andrew, Holbourn, in the County of Middlesex, 
Esquire, born at Lisbon in the Kingdom of Portugal. 

31° Geo. Ill, No. 30. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Mar., 1791.) 

Nicholas Albert Martinius, son of John Gerhard Martinius, by Susanna Ilsabe his wife, 
born at Hamburgh in Germany. (See L.J., xlvi., p. 756, where he appears as defen- 
dant to a writ of error on the plaint of Richard Hovil.) 

James La Fontaine, son of Gideon La Fontaine, by Frances his wife, born in Geneva. 

31° Geo. Ill, No. 31. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Mar., 1791.) 

Peter Godeffroy, and Johanna Catherine Godeffroy, his wife, and John Thornton, 
born at Hamburgh in the Circle of Lower Saxony, in Germany. 

31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Mar., 1791.) 

Jacob Krohn, son of Jacob Krohn, by Maria Elizabeth his wife, born at Hamburgh in 
Germany. 

31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 68. 

(Bill received royal assent n April, 1791.) 

Charles Theophilus Cazenove, son of Theophilus Cazenove, by Margaret Helena Van 
Jever his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

John Francis Batard, son of Louis Francis Batard, by Mary Fernet his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 69. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 April, 1791.) 

Frederick Koithan, son of Luder Koithan, by Johanna his wife, born at Bremen in 
Germany. 

31° Geo. Ill, No. 70. 

(Bill received royal assent n April, 1791.) 

Henry Heyman, the younger, son of Henry Heyman, by Lucia his wife, born at Bremen 
in Germany. 



19G NATURALIZATIONS: DENIZATIONS: NATURALIZATIONS. 



31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 April, 1791.) 

Jean Baptiste Armand de Choiseul, called Marquis de Choiseul in the Kingdom of 
France, son of Joseph, Marquis de Choiseul, and Marie his wife, born at Sorcy in the 
Province of Lorraine, in the Kingdom of France. (In L.J., xxxix., p. 78, he is 
described as now of Heathfield Lodge, near Swansea.) 



31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 190. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 June, 1791.) 

Francis Louis Bonapace, Esquire, son of Gerolamo Bonapace, by Teresa Tomasi his wife, 
born in Venice. 



31 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1 91 . 

(Bill received royal assent 6 June, 1791.) 

Anthony Ravee, son of Henry Ravee, by Rachel his wife, born at Utrecht in Holland. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1791 Aug. 20. Arnold Michael Burmester, of Hertford Street, in the parish of St. 

Pancras, co. Midd., robemaker. 

Durs Egg, of the Havmarket, co. Midd., gunmaker, 

John Christian Bowman, of Queen street, in the Park, in the borough of 
Southwark, co. Surrey, cheesemonger. 

Peter Storck, of John Street, Tottenham Court Road, co. Midd., baker, 
Henry Hawes, of Cable Street, Welclose Square, co. Midd., victualler, 
John Nicolaus Schneider, of Grays Inn Lane, St. Andrew, Holborn, 
co. Midd., furrier, 

Henry Ercks, of Wentworth Street, Spitalfields, co. Midd., sugar baker; 
aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 31 Geo. Ill, part 10; on the roll this entry is 
dated 20 Aug. 30 Geo. Ill . That this is a clerical error for 31 Geo. Ill 
is proved by the Chancery Privy Seal which is dated 20 Aug. 31 Geo. 
III. Chancellor Thurlow’s recipi is dated 29 Aug. 1791.) 



NA TU R A LIZ A TI ONS. 

32° Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Mar., 1792.) 

John Baptist Davallon, son of Peter Davallon, by Marie Claudine Audrant his wife, born 
in the Department of Rhone and Loire in the Kingdom of France. (In L.J., xxxix., 
p. 270, he is described as merchant.) 

32 0 Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar,. 1792.) 

Richard Walker, born at Bengal in the East Indies. 

32° Geo. Ill, No. 30. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar,. 1792.) 

John Alphonso Doxat, son of Gamaliel Doxat, by Benigne his wife, born at Yverdon in 
Switzerland. 

Charles Frederick Brandt, son of John James Brandt, by Susanna Maria his wife, born 
at Locle in the Principality of Vallengin, in Switzerland. 

32 0 Geo. Ill, No. 31. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar,. 1792.) 

John Mark Gourgas, son of John Lewis Gourgas, bv Ulbiane Nicasia his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

James Soret, son of John Robert Soret, by Susanna his wife, born in Geneva, 



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32 0 Geo. Ill, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar,. 1792.) 

John William Hentig, son of Henry Engelhard Hentig and Johanna Catherine Elizabeth 
his wife, born at Saltzgilter in the Bishopric of Hildesheim. 

Jacob Anderson, son of Jacob Anderson and Christiana his wife, born in the Island of 
Nordstrand in Denmark. 

320 Geo. Ill, No. 33. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 Mar,. 1792.) 

Herman Schroder, son of Julius Schroder and Ann his wife, born at Incthen in the 
Electorate of Hanover. 

32° Geo. Ill, No. 213. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 June, 1792.) 

Joseph Ventura, son of Placido Ventura, by Flora his wife, born at Venice in Italy. 

32° Geo. Ill, No. 214. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 June, 1792.) 

Anne Marie Mainwaring, wife of James Mainwaring, of Bromborow in the County 
Palatine of Chester, Esquire, late Anne Marie Vaber, daughter of Jean Vaber, of 
Koggisberg in the Parish of Villette in the Balliage of Schwartzbourg in Switzerland, 
and of Elizabeth Schabol his wife, born at Savigny in Switzerland. 

James Mainwaring, an infant of the age of 4 years or thereabouts, son of James 
Mainwaring, of Bromborow, by the said Anne Marie Mainwaring before her marriage 
with him the said James Mainwaring, born at Besangon in Francke Comte, in the 
Kingdom of France. (See L.J., xxxix., p. 351, for the father’s petition as guardian 
to his said infant son.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1792 Feb. 11. Christopher Gauer (PGaner), formerly of Leipzig, in Saxony, but now 
of Broad Street, Carnaby Market, in the parish of St. James’s, West- 
minster, co. Midd., grand pianoforte maker, 

Johannes Geib, formerly of Standerheim, in the Upper Palatinate of the 
Rhine, in the Empire of Germany, but now of Southampton Place, in 
the parish of St. Pancras, co. Midd., organ builder, 

John Schweitzer, formerly of Leun Nearleelzlar, in the Principality of 
Solms Braunfels, but now of Portland Street, in the parish of St. 
Anne, Soho, co. Midd., tailor. 

John Joly, formerly of Chalon sur Laone, in the Province of Burgundy and 
Kingdom of France, but now of Kentish Town, co. Midd., schoolmaster, 
John Kepp, formerly of the city of Bremen, in the Empire of Germany, 
but now of Little Chandos Street, in the parish of St. Martins in the 
Fields, co. Midd., brazier, 

John George Duppel, formerly of the Imperial city of Frankfort 
on the Maine, in the Empire of Germany, but now of Bridges Street 
in the parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden, co. Midd., furrier, 

John Wernicke, formerly of Leutzen, in the Kingdom of Prussia, but now 
of New Round Court, in the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, co. 
Midd., buiscuit (? maker) ; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 32 Geo. Ill, part 
4-) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Feb., 1793.) 

Peter Peterson Hansen, son of Hans Peterson, by Kiesten his wife, born at Horstrop 
in Danish Holstein. 

Otto Hinrick Hansen, son of Carl Hansen, by Mett his wife, born at Tondern in Danish 
Holstein. 



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33° Geo. Ill, No. 12. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Feb., 1793.) 

John William Fisher, of Manchester, merchant, son of Laurence Frederick William 
Fisher and Christina Amelia his wife, born at Boitzenburgh in Mechlenburg Schwerin 
in Germany. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 6 Mar., 1793.) 

John James Vallotton, of the Parish of Saint James, Westminster, in the County of 
Middlesex, merchant, son of Abraham Vallotton, by Susanna his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

330 Geo. Ill, No. 59. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1793.) 

Charles Francis Dumergue, dentist, son of Francis Dumergue, by Teresa Laidet his 
wife, born in the Province of Anjoumois in France, but now of the Parish of Saint 
George, Hanover Square, in the County of Middlesex. 

Charles Joseph [should be John] Joli Dumergue, gentleman, son of John Joli 
Dumergue, by Maria Terest hi wife, born in the Province of Anjoumois in France, 
but now of the Parish of St. George, Hanover Square, in the County of Middlesex. 
See L.J., xxxix., pp. 547, 592.) 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 60. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1793.) 

Peter Lewis Robin, son of Philip Robin, by Frances Dauphin his wife, born in Geneva. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 61. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1793.) 

Francois More, son of Andre Mor£, by Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

Philip Colomb, son of John Colomb, by Marguerite his wife, born at Prahin in the 
Canton of Bern, in Switzerland. 

Louys Gruaz, son of David Gruaz, by Jane his wife, born at Villard Bozon in the Canton 
of Bern. 

John Amick, son of Francis Amick, by Mary his wife, born at Neufchattel in France. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 62. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1793.) 

Henry Engell, son of Conradt Engell, by Catherine his wife, born at Amtsackburn Gotts- 
buren, near Hessel Cassell. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 108. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 April, 1793.) 

John Anthony Wiss, son of Peter Isaac Wiss, by Louise Grosjean his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

John Isaac Charretie, son of John Charretie, by Martha Corregeolles his wife, born in 
Bourdeaux. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 109. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 April, 1793.) 

Emanuel Muller, son of Emanuel Muller, by Maria Magdalena Krugg his wife, born at 
Bazil in Switzerland. 

John Rapp, son of John Ralph Rapp, by Barbara Hosch his wife, born at Bazil in 
Switzerland. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. no. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 April, 1793.) 

Peter Benezech, son of Marc Antoine Benezech and Marie his wife, born at Bouzignes 
in Languedoc. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. in. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 April, 1793.) 

William Herschel, son of Isaac Herschel, by Anna his wife, born in Hanover. (See 
L.J., xxxix., p. 567, for his petition.) 



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33° Geo. Ill, No. 112. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 April, 1793.) 

Carsten Anderson, son of Andreas Matthiessen, by Kiestina his wife, born at Allemstrup 
in Holstein, in the Dominion of his Danish Majesty. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 207. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 June, 1793.) 

Frederick Cyriac Zernitz, son of Cyriac Zernitz, by Elizabeth Breitenfeldt his wife, born 
at Dresden in Germany. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 208. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 June, 1793.) 

David Berguer, son of James Henry Berguer, by Rose Judith his wife, born at Morges 
in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 209. 

(Bill received royal assent 3 June, 1793.) 

Frederick Gottlieb Boccius, son of Gottlieb Wilhelm Boccius and Eleonara his wife, 
born at Leipzig in Saxony. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 237. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 June, 1793.) 

Bartholomew Valle, of the Haymarket in the County of Middlesex, merchant, son of 
Girolamo Valle and Theresa his wife, born at Sestri di Levante in the State of Genoa. 

33 0 Geo. Ill, No. 289. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 June, 1793.) 

Gotlieb Augustus Treijer, of the Haymarket in the Parish of Saint Martin in the Fields 
in the County of Middlesex, tobacco merchant, son of Gotlieb Treijer, by Anna his 
wife, born in Hanover. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1792 Oct. 30. John Jacob Shum, formerly of the Principality of Halzfeld, but now of 
Cheap Street, in the parish of St. Peter and Paul, in the city of Bath, 
co. Somerset, confectioner, 

George Andrew Shum, formerly of the said Principality, but now of 
Cheap Street, Bath, as above, confectioner, 

George Frederick Shum, formerly of said Principality, but now of 
Cheap Street, Bath, pork butcher, 

John Michael Shum, formerly of said Principality, but now of said 
Cheap Street, Bath, pork butcher, 

John George Shum, formerly of same Principality, but now of same 
Cheap Street, Bath, pork butcher, 

Henry Kater, formerly of Klutte, in the Principality of Lippe, in 
Germany, but now of Tucker Street, in the parish of St. Thomas, in 
the city of Bristol, sugar refiner, 

William Kater, formerly of said Klutte, but now of Black Lyon Yard, 
in the parish of St. Mary, Whitechapel, co. Midd., gent. ; aliens born. 
( Patent Roll, 33 Geo. Ill, part 1.) 

1792 Oct. 18. Lawrence Nilson, of Theobalds, Co. Herts., Esq., late a Brigadier-General 
in the service of the United Company of Merchants of England trading 
to the East Indies, 

Daniel Bergman of Charles Street, Grosvenor Square, co. Midd., gent., 

Louis Bazalgette, of Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, co. Midd., 
gent.; aliens born. (Ibid.) 

U93 J an - J 5- Louis de Curt, of Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, London, Esq.; an 
alien born. (Ibid., part 4.) 



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1793 May 28. 
1793 Aug. 8. 

093 July 9. 
09 3 July 6. 



093 July 1. 



Noel Joseph Desenfans, of Charlotte Street, in the parish of St. Mary 
le Bone, co. Midd., merchant; an alien born. (Ibid., part 8.) 

Gabriel Piozzi, of Streatham, Co. Surrey, Esq.; an alien born. (Ibid., 
part 9.) 

Stephen Francis D’Aligre, Marquis D’Aligre, in the Kingdom of 
France; an alien born; (Ibid.) 

John Hampp, formerly of Marbach, in the Duchy of Wurtemberg, but 
now of the city of Norwich, merchant, 

Paul Anthony Flindt, formerly of Hamburg, in the Empire 
of Germany, but now of Norwich, aforesaid, merchant, 

Maximilian Fischer, formerly of Chur, the principal city of the Grisons, 
but now of Bradford, in the County of York, merchant, 

Christopher Haedy, formerly of Stein Schenow Bemmich Kannich, in 
the Kingdom of Bohemia, but now of Kentish Town, co. Midd., gent., 
Eleazar Isaks Keyser, formerly of Amsterdam, in Holland, but now of 
Savage Gardens, Crutched Fryers, in the city of London, gent., 

Mark Wratislaw, formerly of Weiskirchen, near Olmutz, in the Kingdom 
of Austria, but now of Rugby, co. Warwick, gent., 

Pierre Duval, formerly of Calais, in the Kingdom of France, but now 
of Quebec Street, Portman Square, co. Midd., gent.; aliens born. (Ibid.) 
Lewis Peter Quintyn, Esq., of Jermyn Street, in the parish of St. 
James’s, co. Midd.; alien born. (Ibid.) 



NA T URALIZA TI ONS. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 2. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Feb., 1794.) 

Martin Walther Persent, merchant, son of Philip Martin Persent, by Anna Margaretha 
his wife, born in Hamburgh. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 3. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Feb., 1794.) 

Augustus William Bodecker, merchant, son of Philip William Bodecker, by Sophia 
Christina his wife, born at Hauseberge in the Province of Westphalia. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 Mar., 1794.) 

Gerard Hullman, son of Herman Hullman, by Anna Dorothea his wife, born at the 
Hague in the Province of Holland. 

William Rudolf, son of Ian Rudolf, by Sophia his wife, born at Barenberg in the 
Electorate of Hanover. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 Mar., 1794.) 

Elias IIeintz, son of John Peter Heintz, by Anna Sibyll his wife, born at Ulm in Suabia. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 Mar., 1794.) 

George Benjoin, son of Moise Marcus Benjoin, by Martha his wife, born in Amsterdam. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 48. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1794.) 

John Bergne, of the Parish of Saint Pancras in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, son 
of John Bergne, bv Antoinette his wife, born at Laurent in the Province of Rouergue 
in France. 



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34° Geo. Ill, No. 49. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1794.) 

Daniel Tolkien, son of Christian Tolkien, by Enfrisina his wife, born in Dantzig. (In 
L.J., xl., p. 25, he is described as of Bedford Street, Covent Garden, furrier.) 

34 0 Geo. III. No. 50. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1794.) 

Christopher Brunswick, son of Christopher Brunswick, by Christina his wife, born in 
Saxony. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 51. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1794.) 

Hieronimus Heinrick Zobel (commonly called Hieronimus Henry Zobel), son of Jurgen 
Ernst Zobel, by Maria Magdalena his wife, born in the City of Hamburg in Germany. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 52. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Mar., 1794.) 

James Maze, son of Abraham Maze, by his wife, born at Saint 

Martin Su Bee in Normandy. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 68. 

(Bill received royal assent 4 April, 1794.) 

Peter Rilliet, of the City of London, merchant, son of James Rilliet, by Susannah his 
wife, born in Geneva. (In L.J., xl., p. 52, he is described as of Broad Street, 
London, merchant.) 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 226. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 May, 1794.) 

John Thuillier, son of Anthony Thuillier, by Laura De Malapert his wife, born at Geneva 
in Switzerland. 

34 0 Geo. Ill, No. 257. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 July, 1794.) 

John Anthony Rucker, an infant of the age of fifteen years and upwards, son of 
Theophilus Sigismund Rucker, by Louisa Dorothea his wife, born in Hamburgh. 
(In L.J., xl., p. 224, the petition for this bill was presented by Daniel Henry Rucker, 
his next of kin and guardian.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1793 Dec. 9. John Louis Castera, late of Cadiz, in the Kingdom of Spain, but now 

residing in Basinghall Street, London, merchant; an alien born; 
(Patent Roll, 34 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 

1794 May 7. Casimir Fesquet, late of Marseilles, in the Province of Provence, in the 

Kingdom of France, but now residing in Broad Street Buildings, in 
the city of London, merchant; an alien born. (Ibid., part 7.) 

1794 May 7. Miguel Dias de Faria, formerly of Guimaraes, in the Kingdom of 
Portugal, but now residing in Gate Street, near Lincolns Inn Fields, 
co. Midd., merchant ; an alien born. (Ibid.) 



NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 4. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Feb., 1795.) 

Peter Dubbeldemuts Van Dyck, son of Peter Van Dyck, by Maria his wife, born at 
Rotterdam in Holland. 



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35° Geo. Ill, No. 20. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1795.) 

John Christopher Cankrien, son of Christopher Reinhard Cankrien, by Susannah 
Cramer his wife, born in Rotterdam. (In L.J., xl., p. 284, he is described as of 
Mark Lane, London, merchant.) 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 21. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1795.) 

Frederick Albert Winzer, son of Henry Otto Winzer, by Caroline his wife, born at 
Meuden in the Kingdom of Prussia. 

Simon Maurice Bethmann, son of Peter Henry Bethmann, by Eliza his wife, born at 
Frankfort on the Mayne in Germany. 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 22. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1795.) 

John Van Yzendoorn, of the age of 12 years, born at the Hague in Holland. (The 
petition for this bill was presented by his father, Andrew Van Yzendoorn, of 
Mount Row, in the parish of St. Mary, Lambeth, gent., L.J., xl., p. 287.) 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 23. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1795.) 

Peter Schmidtmeyer, son of John Martin Schmidtmeyer, by Anna Olimpe Lalouet, born 
in Geneva. 

35 0 Geo. ill, No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 Mar., 1795.) 

Matthew Wiss, son of Jacob Wiss, by Louisa Elizabeth his wife, born in Geneva. 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 April, 1795.) 

Jacqueline Charlotte, Comtesse de Hompesch, daughter of Vincent Comte de 
Hompesch, by the Comtesse de Hompesch his wife, born at the Hague. 

James Charles Philip Bouwens, son of Dirk Bouwens, by Magdalen Ann Elizabeth his 
wife, born at the Hague. 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 138. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 May, 1795.) 

Felix Vincent Raper, of Ashlin’s Hall, an infant of the age of 17 years and 2 months, 
by his guardian, Matthew Raper, of Ashlin’s Hall in the County of Hertford, Esquire, 
born at Macao in China. ( See L.J., xl., p. 359.) 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 216. 

(Bill received royal assent 2 June, 1795.) 

John Lewis Moilliet, son of Daniel Moilliet, by Mary Baumgartner his wife, born in 
Geneva. 

35 0 Geo. Ill, No. 254. 

(Bill received royal assent 22 June, 1795.) 

Peter Boileau, of Bruton Street in the Parish of Saint George, Hanover Square, in 
the County of Middlesex, son of Valentine Boileau, by Marianne his wife, born in the 
Province of Picardy in France. (See L.J., xl., p. 442.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1795 Feb. 19. John William Griesbach, formerly of Coppenbrigge, in the Electorate 
of Hanover, but now of New Windsor, co. Berks., musician, 

John Henry Pick, formerly of Northeim, in the said Electorate of 
Hanover, but now of New Windsor, musician, 

William Ernst Kellner, formerly of the Duchy of Saxe Weimar, but 
now of New Windsor, musician, 



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John Jacob Moeller, formerly of Stotternheim, in the Landgraviate of 
Thuringia, but now of New Windsor, musician, 

John Zinck, formerly of Falken, in the Landgraviate of Thuringia, but 
now of New Windsor, musician, 

John Christian William Kellner, formerly of the Duchy of Saxe 
Weimar, but now of New Windsor, musician, 

John Michael Moeller, formerly of Stotternheim, in the Landgraviate 
of Thuringia, but now of New Windsor, musician, 

John Henry Neibour, formerly of Zelle, in the Electorate of Hanover, 
but now of New Windsor, musician, 

George Griesbach, formerly of the city of Hanover, but now of New 
Windsor, musician, 

Justus Henry Griesbach, formerly of Coppenbrigge, in the Electorate of 
Hanover, but now of New Windsor, musician, 

Charles Griesbach and Frederick Griesbach, both formerly of said 
Coppenbrigge, and now both of New Windsor, musicians, 

John August Kellner, formerly of Hayna on the Ness, in the Duchy of 
Saxe Gotha, but now of New Windsor, musician, 

Anthony Elias Wagner, formerly of the city of Hanover, but now of 
New Windsor, musician, 

Christopher Papendick and Ernst Giesewell, both formerly of the 
city of Hanover, but now of New Windsor, gentlemen ; aliens born. 
(Patent Roll, 35 Geo. Ill, part 4.) 

1795 May 25. Bartholomew Gugy, formerly of the city of Altuan, in the Province of 
Thurgow, in the Republic of Switzerland, but now of Salisbury Street 
and the parish of St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields, co. Midd., 

Lewis Gugy, his son, formerly of the city of Paris, but now of said 
Salisbury Street; aliens born. (Ibid., part 7.) 



NATURA LIZA TI ONS. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 16. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Dec., 1795.) 

Alexander Charles Boue, son of Peter Boue and Henriette Plumqyon his wife, born in 
Hamburgh. 

John Henry Charles Albrecht, son of Hans Hinrich Albrecht and Katherine Oswald 
. his wife, born at Riga in Livonia. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Dec., 1795.) 

John Henry Freese, son of John David Freese, by Margaretha Dorothea Weber his wife, 
born at Hamburgh in Germany. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Dec., 1795.) 

Petrus Wilhelmus Aloysius Pottgeisser, of Leeds, in the County of York, eldest son 
of John Henry Pottgeisser, of Coblentz, in the Electorate of Treves in Germany, 
banker, and Ann his wife, born at Coblentz aforesaid. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 19. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 Dec., 1795.) 

Marie Anne Blaauw, commonly called Maria Ann Blaauw, daughter of Willem Blaauw, 
commonly called William Blaauw, of Queen Ann Street West, in the Parish of Saint 
Mary le Bone, otherwise Marybone, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, born in the 
City of Amsterdam in Holland. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 68. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 March, 1796.) 

John Diederich Lubbren, son of Freederich Lubbren, by Johana Eleonora Schuchmacher, 
born at Stade in Germany. 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



36° Geo. Ill, No. 69. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 March, 1796.) 

Maria Gordon, otherwise Allan, spinster, born at Petersburgh in Russia. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 70. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 March, 1796.) 

John Frederick Rebenack, son of Andrew Rebenack and Sophia Carolina his wife, born 
at Saarbruck in Germany. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 March, 1796.) 

Henry Augustus Corthym, son of Andrew Daniel Corthym, by Christiana Dorothea his 
wife, born at Zittau in Upper Lusatia, in Saxony. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 72. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 March, 1796.) 

John Justus Runkel, son of John Matthias Runkel, by Amelia Runkel his wife, born 
in the Parish of Renysdorfl in the County of Neuweid. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 73. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 March, 1796.) 

Henry Christian Reimer, son of Christian Hartwich Reimer, by Eleonora YVilhelmine 
Pantzer his wife, born in Dantzig. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 1 17. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 March, 1796.) 

David Mitchell, son of David Mitchell, by Bella his wife, born at Denoff in Poland. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 1 18. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 March, 1796.) 

Herman Jacob Garrels, son of John Henry Garrels, by Elizabeth Margaretha Oltman his 
wife, born at Lier in Eastfriesland. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 172. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 April, 1796.) 

Frederick Lewis Ernest, Baron de Feilitzsch, son of John Frederick, Baron de 
Feilitzsch, by Erdmutha Amelia his wife, born at Weisdorff in the Margraviate.of 
Bareith. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 173. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 April, 1796.) 

Arnold John Gevers Leuven, son of Abraham Gevers Leuven, by Catharina VVilhel- 
mina his wife, born at Rotterdam in Holland. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 235. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 May, 1796.) 

Robert Howard, now residing at the school of the Reverend Colston Carr in Twicken- 
ham in the County of Middlesex, an infant under the age of 21 years, to wit of the 
age of 18 years and upwards; John Howard, now residing in the house of Mr. 
Joseph Pitt, in Cirencester in the County of Gloucester, an infant under the age of 
18 years, to wit of the age of 17 years or thereabouts; Mary Thomas, otherwise Mary 
Howard, now residing in the house of the Reverend Gabriel Tahourdin, in Bentley, 
in the County of Southampton, an infant under the age of 18 years, to wit of the age 
of 15 years or thereabouts, [all] born at Lucknow in the Province of Oude, in 
India; by the Reverend Nicholas Isaac Hill, of Newman Street, in the Parish of 
Saint Mary le bone in the County of Middlesex, clerk, their guardian. (See L.J., 
xl., p. 683.) 



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36° Geo. Ill, No. 236. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 May, 1796.) 

Christian Henry Bollmann, son of Diederich Anthon Bollmann and Sophia Leporin 
his wife, born at Hoya in Westphalia. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 237. 

(Bill received royal assent 14 May, 1796.) 

Otto Bichner, son of Otto Bichner, by Juliana Elizabeth Bichner his wife, born at Essern 
in the Dutchy of Courland. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 261. 

(Bill received royal assent 18 May, 1796.) 

John Christopher Falck, son of John Stephen Falck and Sophia Rosina Sedelmayer, 
born at Augsburg in Suabia. 

36° Geo. Ill, No. 271. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 May, 1796.) 

Marian Hastings, wife of Warren Hastings, of the Parish of Saint George, Hanover 
Square, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, born at Nurenberg in Franconia. (See 
L.J., xl., p. 721.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1795 Oct. 2 8- Charles Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu, formerly of the city of 
Bordeaux in the Province of Guienne, in France, but now of Soho 
Square, in the parish of St. Anne, Westminster, 

Amans, Marquis de Saint Chamans, formerly of the city of Paris, in the 
Province of the Island of France, but now of New Street, Brompton, 
co. Midd. ; aliens born. (Patent Roll, 36 Geo. Ill, part 1.) 

1795 Dec. 18. Harman Visger, late a native of the town of Schenectady, in the State 

of New York, one of the United States of North America, but now of 
the parish of St. Paul, in the city of Bristol, merchant ; an alien born. 
(Ibid., part 3.) 

1796 April 6. Angelo Tedesco, formerly of Feghorn, in Italy, but now of Middle 

Moorfields, co. Midd., merchant, 

Josepa Fevy, formerly of Cento, in Italy, but now of Broad Street 
Buildings, Fondon, merchant, 

Angelo Fevy, formerly of Venice, in Italy, but now of St. Mary Axe, 
Fondon, merchant, 

Gabriel Drunes Da Costa, formerly of Feghorn, late of Paris, but 
now of Bevis Marks, Fondon, merchant, 

Abraham Cengolie (Cengoli), formerly of Ancona in Italy, but now of 
St. Michael’s Alley, Cornhill, Fondon, stockbroker, 

Isaac Fabatt, formerly of Hamburg, but now of Castle Street, Hounds- 
ditch, shipbroker, 

Isaac Neberceo Furtato (Furtado), formerly of Saint Domingo, in 
the West Indies, but now of South Street, Moorfields, co. Midd., mer- 
chant ; aliens born. (Ibid., part 7.) 

1796 May 3. Anthony Angelo Tremainondo, of Howland Street, in the parish of 
St. Pancras, co. Midd. ; an alien born. (Ibid., part 8.) 

1796 April 28. Joseph Fescher, formerly of the Province of Alsace, in the Kingdom of 
France, but now of Thomas Street, Whitechapel Road, starchmaker ; 
an alien born. (Ibid.) 



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NATURALIZATIONS. 



NATURA LIZA TI ONS. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 1. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Oct. 1796.) 

Gaetano Testolini, son of Anthony Testolini, by Catherine his wife, born in the City of 
Vincenza in the Republic of Venice. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 11 Nov., 1796.) 

George Astor, son of Jacob Astor and Mary Magdalene his wife, born in the City of 
Manheim in Germany. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 11. 

(Bill received royal assent n Nov., 1796.) 

Nicholas Horn, son of Nicholas Horn, by Maria his wife, born at Bremen in Germany. 
(In L.J., xli., p. 22, he is described as of London, merchant.) 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 22. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

Charles Gruneisen, son of John Francis Gruneisen and Mary Regina his wife, born at 
Stutgard in the Dutchy of Wirtemberg. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 23. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

Anthony Ravelli, son of Joseph Ravelli, by Josepha de Giorgi, born at Milan in Italy. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

Abram Henry Borel, son of Oliver Borel and Anne Petit Pierre his wife, born at 
Neufchatel in Switzerland. 

Henry Borel (born at Neufchatel in Switzerland) and Louis Borel (born at Rouen in 
France), sons of Abram Henry Borel and Marie Louise Elizabeth Adelaide Hupin his 
wife. 

Stephen Azemar, son of Stephen Azemar and Margaretta Bailie his wife, born at Lodeve 
in France. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

John Frederick Steinberg, son of Gottfrid Steinberg and Mary Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Ruppin in Brandenbourgh. 

Charles Blaurock, son of Frederick Blaurock and Susannah Augustina his wife, born at 
Tilset in Prussia. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

George Choumert, son of Philip Choumert, bv Anne his wife, born at Landorff in Lorrain. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received roval assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

Wynand Adriaen de Gruyter Vink, son of Petrus Vink and Matilda de Gruyter, born in 
the City of Rotterdam in the United Provinces of Holland. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 23 Dec., 1796.) 

Ulrich Anthony Hinrichs, son of Folckert Hinrichs, by Charlotte Sophia his wife, bori 
at Jever in the Circle of Lower Saxony. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 41. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 Dec., 1796.) 

Philipp Frederick Muntz, son of John George Muntz and Mary Saurkopf his wife, 
born in Alsace, 



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36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 65. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 Mar., 1797.) 

Henry Wienholt, son of John Wienholt, by Weldelina his wife, born in Bremen. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 66 . 

(Bill received royal assent 10 Mar., 1797.) 

Anthony Henry Libotton, son of Lambert Henry Libotton, by Ann his wife, born in 
Jodoigne in the Province of Brabant. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 78. 

(Bill received royal assent 24 Mar., 1797.) 

Peter Andrew Runquist, son of Peter Runquist and Anna his wife, born at Carlstrona 
in the Kingdom of Sweden. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 193. 

(Bill received royal assent 25 May, 1797.) 

Lewis John Marie Haussoullier, son of Guiolani Bernard Haussoullier and Angelica 
Mainceurf, born at Dunkirk in French Flanders. (For an abortive bill of the pre- 
ceding year for his naturalization, sed L.J., xl., pp. 630, 651. See also in L.J., 
xlii., pp. 82, 266, a private bill to confirm the partition of manors, boroughs in 
Devonshire between him and Trist.) 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 248. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 June, 1797.) 

Henry Lewis Schedel, son of David Bernhard Schedel and Rebecca Rosenlecher his 
wife, born at Frankfort on the Main in Germany. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 249. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 June, 1797.) 

Jean Nicholas Joseph Soilleux, son of Pierre Jean Jaques Soilleux and Marianne Lever 
his wife, born at Walincourt in Cambresis. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 250. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 June, 1797.) 

Frederick Heisch, son of Godfrey Heisch, by Catharina Dorothea Busch his wife, born 
at Lampertheim in Alsatia. 

John Jacob Maue, son of Martin Frederick Maue and Maria Catherine Kanitz his wife, 
born in Berlin. 

36° and 37 0 Geo. Ill, No. 319. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 July, 1797.) 

Nicholas Dubois de Chemant, son of Maturin Dubois, by Clemence his wife, born at 
Garat in the Province of Augoumois. * 

*For an abortive bill for the naturalization of Jean Joseph Tiereelin, see L.J., xli, pp. 158, 162, 167. 



DENIZATIONS. 

1796 Oct. 25. John Guy Gautier, formerly of Cogniac in France, but now of Token- 
house Yard, in the city of London, merchant, 

John Lewis Frederick Gautier, his only son, formerly of Barcelona, 
in the Kingdom of Spain, but now of Tokenhouse Yard, in the city of 
London ; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 37 Geo. Ill, part 1.) 

1796 Oct. 24. Augusta Maria Louisa Bryan, wife of George Bryan, of Berkeley 
Street, in the parish of St. Mary le bone, co. Midd., Esq. /formerly of the 
Province of Lorraine, in the Kingdom of France, but now of said 
Berkeley Street ; an alien born. (Ibid.) 



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1797 May 23. Louis, Comte de la Chastre, formerly of Paris, in the Kingdom of 
France, Colonel of a Regiment of Loyal French Emigrants in our 
service, but now of Charles Street, in the parish of St. Mary le bone, 
co. Midd., 

Charles Michel Biron, Viscomte Gontault St Blanchard, formerly 
of Blanchard in Gascony, in the Kingdom of France, but now of the 
Five Fields, Pimlico, co. Midd., 

Armand, Marquis de la Bolinaye, formerly of Rennes in Brittany, in the 
Kingdom of France, but now of Warren Street, Fitzroy Square, co. 
Midd. 

Antoine Raoul Henry, Comte Bourbel, eldest son of Louis Antoine 
Antoine Raoul, Marquis de Bourbel Montpincon, formerly of Dieppe, 
in France, but now of Nassau Street, in the parish of St. Ann, Soho, 
co. Midd., 

Jean Marie Brassens Depouy, formerly of Mont de Marson, in Gas- 
cony, in the Kingdom of France, late Captain Commandant in the 
Regiment of Provence, but now of Hammersmith, co. Midd., gent., 

John des Ribes, formerly of Paris, in the Kingdom of France, but now 
of Leicester Square, in the parish of St. Martin, co. Midd., gent., 

Pierre Marty, formerly of Bolvez, in Perigord, in the Kingdom of 
France, but now of Crown Court, Little Pulteney Street, in the parish 
of St. James, co. Midd., gent. ; aliens born. (Ibid., part 9.) 

NA T URALIZA TIONS. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 23. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Jan., 1798.) 

Henry Jolivet, son of Peter Jolivet, by Henrietta Elizabeth his wife, born at Geneva in 
Switzerland. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 24. 

(Bill received roval assent 12 Jan., 1798.) 

John Frederick Peter Schmiding, son of Henrv Dieterich Schmiding, by Dorothea 
his wife, born at Hitzacher in the Duchy of Gelle, in the Electorate of Hanover. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Jan., 1798.) 

Augustus Frederick Pieschel, son of Christian Frederick Pieschel, by Dorothy Eliza- 
beth his wife, born at Gattersleben in the Duchy of Magdeburg. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 Jan., 1798.) 

John Joachim Diederick Wegener, son of John Joachim Wegener, by Anna Adelheid his 
wife, born at Langwedel in Hannover. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 29. 

(Bill received royal assent 20 Feb., 1798.) 

Lewis Sack, son of Christian Sack, by Amelia Juliana his wife, born at Lubeck in Lower 
Saxony. (In L.J., xli., p. 425, he is described as of London, merchant.) 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 44. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Mar., 1798.) 

John Louis (Lewis) Fournier, son of Louis Fournier, by Louise his wife, born at 
Jouenville in the Province of Champagne. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 45. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Mar., 1798.) 

John Frederick Iselin, son of Nicholas Iselin, bv Ann Catherine his wife, born at Basel 
in Switzerland. 

Daniel Eckenstein, son of John Gaspard Eckenslein, by Eleonora Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Basel in Switzerland. 



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38° Geo. Ill, No. 46. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Mar., 1798.) 

Henry Ferdinand Pelerin, of the Parish of Saint James, Westminster, in the County of 
Middlesex, merchant, son of Henry Pelerin, by Anne Elizabeth his wife, born at 
Hodimont in the Parish of Vender, in the Province of Limbourg in the Austrian 
Netherlands. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 81. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 April, 1798.) 

Nicholas Wanostrocht, son of Corneille Wanostrocht, by Anne Foussier his wife, born 
at Crevant in the Province of Burgundy, in France. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 82. 

(Bill received royal assent 5 April, 1798.) 

Jacob Reichard, son of Jacob Reichard, by Ann his wife, born at Biebesheim in Germany, 

Peter Raymond Poland, son of Johann George Poland, by Rosina his wife, born at Hof 
in Prussia. 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 154. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 May, 1798.) 

Eberhard Fredrick Rheinwald, son of Christian Jacob Rheinwald and Charlotta Regina 
Wachter (Waechter) his wife, born at Stuttgart in the Duchy of Wurtemburg.* 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 155. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 May, 1798.) 

Emily De Visme, an infant, by William Mellish, of Bishopgate Street, London, Esquire, 
John Marsh, of Berners Street, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, and Henry 
Smith, of Camberwell Grove, Esquire, her Trustees and Guardians, reputed daughter 
of Gerard De Visme, formerly of Grosvenor Square, in the County of Middlesex, but 
late of Wimbledon in the County of Surrey, Esquire, deceased, born at Lisbon in the 
Kingdom of Portugal on the 18th March, 1787, and privately baptized on the 12th 
July in the same year at Lisbon, and there received into the Church on the 2nd April, 
1789; and brought from Portugal into this Kingdom in or about 1791. ((See L.J., 
xli., p. 546, for the petition ; p. 558 for the certificate.) 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 156. 

(Bill received royal assent 26 May, 1798.) 

John Brock, son of John Francis Brock, by Johanna Francina Lucia Berendt (Berendo) 
his wife, born in the County of Pappenheim (Toppenheim), in Germany). (For the 
certificate see L.J., xli., p. 568.) 

*On the 4th April 1798 a motion was made in the House of Lords "that during the continuance of 
the present war no bill for naturalizing any person born within any of the territories of any of his 
Majesty’s enemies or in any country occupied by their arms or in any foreign territory, shall be read 
a second time until the petitioner shall produce a certificate from one of his Majesty’s Principal Secretaries 
of State, that the petitioner has produced satisfactory proof that he has conformed in all respects to the 
laws and regulations respecting aliens arriving in this kingdom or resident therein, and that he is a 
person well affected to his Majesty’s royal person and government and of orderly life and conduct.” 
This motion was adopted 20th April, 1798, and made a Standing Order of the House with the 
omission of the words italicised above (L-J., xli, pp. 528, 543). 

In accordance with this Standing Order the following certificate was read in the Lords 3rd May, 1798 
(L.J., xli, p. 561) : — " A certificate from the Duke of Portland, one of His Majesty’s Principal Secretaries 
of State, was produced and read pursuant to the Standing Order, that Eberhard Fredrich Rheinwald, 
son of Christian Jacob Rheinwald and Charlotte Regina Waechter his wife, born at Studtgardt in the 
Duchy of Wurtemberg, had produced to him satisfactory proof that he has conformed in all respects 
to the laws and regulations respecting aliens arriving in this kingdom or resident therein ; and that he is 
a person well affected to His Majesty’s person and government and of orderly life and conduct.” 

The first of these certificates is that of de Visme (above). The references for the certificates for all 
the remaining naturalizations in this volume are noted here in the text. This order is the origination 
of the system of certification by the Secretaries of State. 



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38° Geo. Ill, No. 225. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 June, 1798.) 

Carl Friedrich Giesler, son of Johan Gottlieb Giesler, by Maria Elisabeth his wife, 
born at Constadt in Silesia. (For the certificate see L.J., xli., p. 610.) 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 246. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 June, 1798.) 

James Ecbert Hoolboom, son of Ecbert Hoolboom, by Catherine his wife, born at 
Archangel in Russia. (For the certificate see L.J., xli., p. 630.) 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 247. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 June, 1798.) 

William Brodum, Doctor of Physic, son of Abraham Brodum, by Caroline his wife, born 
at Mecklenburgh Strelitz in Germany. (For the certificate see L.J., xli., p. 589.) 

38° Geo. Ill, No. 248. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 June, 1798.) 

John Frederick Holwhede, of Leeds, in the County of York, merchant, eldest son of 
Christian Frederick Holwhede, late of Minden in the Circle of Westphalia in the 
Empire of Germany, merchant, and Ann his wife, both deceased, born at Minden 
aforesaid. (For the certificate see L.J., xli., p. 638.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1798 Jan. 1. Bennet de Boigne, formerly of Chambery, in Savoy, but now of Great 
Portland Street, in the parish of St. Mary le bone, co. Midd., Esq. ; an 
alien born. ( Patent Roll, 38 Geo. Ill, part 2.) 

1797 Dec. 12. Eleazer Philip Salomons, formerly of the city of Amsterdam, but now 

residing in the city of London, Esq.; an alien born. (Ibid.) 

1798 Aug. 22. Charles, Baron de Montalembert, a native of Louisbourg, in Canada, but 

now of Thayer Street, Manchester Square, 

Antoine Marie, Count de Montague, a native of Chateau du Colonne, 
in Armagnac, but now of Oxford Street, 

Rene, Marquis de Montalembert, a native of Paris, but now of Thayers 
Street, Manchester Square, co. Midd.; aliens born. (Ibid., part 8.) 



NA TURA LIZA TI ONS. 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 20. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

Charles Fredrick Hennings, son of George Fredrick Hennings, by Johanna Carolina 
Hennings, born at Elbing in the Kingdom of Prussia. (For his certificate see L.J., 
xlii., p. 26.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 21. 

(Bill received roval assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

John Roger Teschmacher, son of John Roger Teschemacher, bv dementia Elizabeth 
his wife, born in Hanover. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 35.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 22. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

Hermenegild Augustus Maria Castellain, son of Lewis Joseph Castellain and Maria 
Louisa Joseph his wife, born in Lisle, in Flanders. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., 
P- 35 -) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 



21] 



39° Geo. Ill, No. 23. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 jan., 1799.) 

John Alexander Martin, the son of the Reverend John Francis Martin, by jane Rev 
(Ray) his wife, born in Geneva. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 35.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 24. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

John Everard Heyman, son of Henrich Heyman, by Lucia Focke (Fooke) his wife, born 
at Bremen in Germany. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 35.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 25. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

Anthony Schick, son of John Michael Schick by Rosalia Schick, born at Vienna in 
Germany. (For his certificate see L.J ., xlii., p. 27.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 26. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

John Lawrence Gries, son of Francis Lawrence Gries, by Johanna Elizabeth Gries, born 
in Hamburgh in Germany. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 35.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 27. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 jan., 1799.) 

Adolphus Kent, son of Frederick Kent, by Dorothea Regina Pust his wife, born at 
Stettin in Prussia. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 35.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 28. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 Jan., 1799.) 

Johann George Wicke, son of Johann George Wicke, by Catherina Elizabeth his wife, 
born at Unshausen, in the County of Felsbergh in Hessen, in Germany. (For 
his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 35.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 32. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Mar., 1799.) 

Pierre Jacques Papillon, son of Jacques Papillon, by Marie Lappel his wife, born at 
Rouen in France. 

Pierre Francois Papillon, son of Pierre Jacques Papillon, by Marie Catherine Elizabeth 
Victoire Delasalle (de la Salle) his wife, born at Rouen in .France. (For their certi- 
ficate see L.J., xlii., pp. 69-70.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 33. 

(Bill received royal assent 7 Mar., 1799.) 

George Christopher Moller, son of Nicholas Moller, by Catherine his wife, born at 
Riga in Livonia. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 53.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 69. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

Godfrey Bitterman, son of Frederick Bitterman, by Elizabeth his wife, born at Jena in 
Upper Saxony. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 70.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 70. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

Saloman Lange, son of Melger Lange, bv Elizabeth his wife, born at Aschergleben in 
the County (Province) of Halberstadt. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 70.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 71. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

Christian John Adam Witke, son of John Witke, by Catharina Elizabeth his wife, born 
at Otterndorf in Hanover, (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 71.) 



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39° Geo. Ill, No. 72. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

George Bong, son of George Bong, by Sara his wife, born in the City of Stockholm in 
the Kingdom of Sweden. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 64 : ibid, p. 77, he 
informed the Committee that he was just going to embark for East India.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 73. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

John Philip Marindin, son of Peter Marindin, by Esther Susannah his wife, born at 
Vevay in Switzerland. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 76.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 74. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

John De Luc, son of John Andrew De Luc, by Francoise (Frances) his wife, born in 
Geneva. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 80.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 75. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

Justin Eliza Cesar Audra, son of Isaac Lewis Audra, by Charlotte Audra, born at 
Rolle in Switzerland. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 76.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 76. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

Adrien Charles Papillon, son of Pierre Jacques Papillon, by Marie Catherine Elizabeth 
Victoire Delasalle (De la Salle) his wife, born at Rouen in France. (For his certifi- 
cate see L.J., xlii., p. 88.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 76 a. 

(Bill received royal assent 21 Mar., 1799.) 

Lorents Braun, son of George Herman Braun, by Anna Catherina his wife, born at 
Hersfeld in Hessia. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 68.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 86. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1799.) 

John Gabriel Migault, son of Rudolph Olivier Migault and Johanna Margaretta his 
wife, born at Zel 1 in the Electorate of Hanover, in Germany. (For his certificate see 
L.J., xlii., p. 1 12.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 87. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1799.) 

John Daniel Humbert, son of Daniel Francis Humbert, by Mary Bovay his wife, born 
at Sange Comt£ Neufchatel in Switzerland. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 91.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 88. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1799.) 

Charles Henry Rigaud, son of Lazare Rigaud and Elizabeth Aubert his wife, born at 
Geneva in Switzerland. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 91.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 89. 

(Bill received royal assent 19 April, 1799.) 

Francis Henry Christin, son of Francis Rodolphus Christin, by Henrietta De Mierre, 
born at Yverdun in Switzerland. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 80.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 127. 

(Bill received roval assent 10 May, 1799.) 

Catherine Nassau, the wife of Frederick Nassau, of Saint Osvth Priory in the County of 
Essex, Esquire, late Catherine Baronne de Bfachel, daughter of Frederick Casimir, 
Baron de Brackel, by Louise Rinloch his wife, born in the Chateau of Chamblon 
near Yverdun, in Switzerland. (For her certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 1 1 3.) 



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39° Geo. Ill, No. 128. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 May, 1799.) 

Henry von dem Busch, son of Gerhard von dem Busch and Catharine Elizabeth 
Abrasverrs his wife, born at Bremen in Germany (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., 
p. 112.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 129. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 May, 1799.) 

Diederick Arnold Bielfeld, of Heavitree in the County of Devon, merchant, son of 
Herman Bielfeld ad Anna Jesima (Gesima) Bielfeld, born in the City of Bremen in 
the Electorate of Hanover. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 112.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 130. 

(Bill received royal assent 10 May, 1799.) 

Henry Berthoud, son of Jean Jacques Henry Berthoud, by Isabeau Yersin his wife, 
born at Fleurier Comte Neufchatel in Switzerland. (For his certificate see L.J., 
xlii., p. 109, and for a previous ineffectual bill see L.J., xli., p. 499.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 195. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June, 1799.) 

Maria Groschner, otherwise (now Maria) Huntley, daughter of Johan Gottfried 
Groschner, by Maria Madalena his wife, born at Pillnitz near Dresden. (For her 
certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 173.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 196. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June 1799.) 

Simeon Jacob Charles Collot (Collet) D’Escury, son of John Martin Collot (Collet) 
D’Escury, by Wilhelmina Christiana Du Cour (Tour) his wife, born in Rotterdam. 
(For his certificate see L.J., xlii, p. 210.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 197. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June 1799.) 

William Conrad Korff, son of John Conrad Korff, by Hedonig Maria his wife, born at 
Verden in Hanover. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 205.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 198. 

(Bill received royal assent 13 June, 1799.) 

Abraham Zimon Doncker Cuvelje, son of Peter Cuvelje, by Elizabeth Doncker Cuvelje, 
born at Saint Eustatius in the West Indies. (For his certificate (see L.J., xlii., p. 246.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 240. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 July 1799.) 

John Lewis Reinaud, son of Joseph Reinaud, by Diamantina Vassalo his wife, born in 
the Isle of Zante. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 246.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 241. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 July 1799.) 

Philipp Fredrick Behrends, of the City of London, merchant, son of John Adolph 
Behrends, Physician, by Dorothea Sophia his wife, both Citizens of and resident at 
Frankfort on the Meyne, born at Frankfort on the Meyne. (For his certificate see 
L.J., xlii., p. 213.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 242. 

(Bill received royal assent 1 July 1799.) 

Francis Louis Byland, Count Byland, of the Hague, son of Alexander Byland and 
Anna Van Der Duijn his wife, born at the Hague in Holland. (For his certificate 
see L.J., xlii., p. 261.) 

39 0 Geo. Ill, No. 305. 

(Bill received royal assent 12 July 1799.) 

George Erck, son of George Erck, by Eleanora his wife, born at Altenburgh Stetin in 
Franconia. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 306.) 



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DENIZATIONS. 

l 799 J an - 26. Baron de Roll, formerly of Soleure, in Switzerland, but now of the city 
of Edinburgh. 

Anthony Gauder, formerly of Switzerland, but now of Whitehall, in the 
parish of St. Margaret, Westminster, 

John Dressins, formerly of Germany, but now of Stafford Place, Pimlico, 
in the parish aforesaid, 

Samuel Rochat, formerly of Switzerland, but now of Upper Grosvenor 
Street, in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Midd., 

Solomon Knobel, of Switzerland, but now of John Street, Berkeley 
Square, in the parish of St George, Hanover Square, co. Midd., wine 
merchant, 

John Courtoy (Courtay), formerly of Burgundy, France, but now of 
Green Street, Leicester Fields, in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, 
co. Midd., peruke maker, 

Frediano Malraice, formerly of Lucques, in Italy, but now of Drury 
Lane, in said parish, apothecary; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 39 Geo. 
Ill, part 4.) 

1799 April 4. Maria Stella Patronilla, Lady Newborough, late Maria Stella 
Patronilla Chiappini, of the Romana, in the Duchy of Tuscany, but 
now the wife of Thomas, Lord Newborough, 

Lena Wynn, late Lena Vanderkeeij, formerly of the Hague, in Holland, 
but now the wife of John Wynn, Esq., only son of the said Thomas, 
Lord Newborough; aliens born. (Ibid., part 6.) 

1799 Jan. 26. Louise Laroche, wife of John Laroche, ofHalverton, near Tiverton, co. 
Devon; an alien born. (Ibid., part 9.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

39 0 et 40° Geo. Ill, No. 240. 

(Bill received royal assent 30 June 1800.) 

Alexander John Gaspard Marcet, son of Mark Marcet, by Louisa Nadal his wife, born 
in Geneva. (For his certificate see L.J. xlii, p. 362.) 

39 0 et 40° Geo. Ill, No. 277. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 July 1800.) 

Frederick William Wistinghausen, son of Johann Christian Wistinghausen, by Mar- 
garetha his wife, born at Reval in the County of Esthonia, in Russia. (For his 
certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 593.) 



39 0 et 40 0 Geo. Ill, No. 278. 

(Bill received royal assent 9 July 1800.) 

Charles Gotthold Nicolay, son of John George Nicolay, by Doretha Regina his wife, 
born at Hoyerswerda, Upper Lusatia, in Saxony. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., 
P- 593 -) 

39 0 et 40° Geo. Ill, No. 31 1. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 July 1800.) 

Francis Julius Micheli, son of Jean Louis Micheli, by Magdelaine Thellusson his wife, 
born in Geneva. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 362.) 



39 0 et 40 0 Geo. Ill, No. 312. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 July 1800.) 

John Tulleken, son of Ambrosius Pieter Tulleken, bv Susanna Margaretta Van Hoogen- 
honck, born in the City of Amsterdam. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 624.) 



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39° et 40 0 Geo. Ill, No. 313. 

(Bill received royal assent 28 July 1800.) 

John Joachim Vital de Boubee de Brouquens, an infant of the age of ten years or there- 
abouts, son of John Bertrand de Boubee de Brouquens, by Sarah his wife, one of 
the daughters of John Gilpin Savorey, late of Broughton Tower in the Parish of 
Kirkby Irelyth in the County Palatine of Lancaster, Esquire, deceased, born at Parma 
in Italy. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 627.) 

39 0 el 40° Geo. Ill, No. 318. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 July 1800.) 

Johan Gotlieb Lebrecht Sultzbergen, son of Christian Gotlieb Sultzbergen, by Johanna 
Christiana his wife, born at Luckaw in Saxony. (For his certificate see L.J. xlii., 
p. 621.) 

39 0 et 40 0 Geo. Ill, No. 319. 

(Bill received royal assent 29 July 1800.) 

Jean Elizabeth Grammont Vallette, widow, daughter of Raymond de Grammont, by 
Mary Jourdett his wife, born at Castiglionet in the Province of Guienne, in France. 
(For her certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 623.) 



DENIZATIONS. 

1800 April 26. Marie Jean Louis von Esch, formerly of Colmar on the Rhine, but 
now of Upper Eaton Street, in the parish of St. George, Hanover 
Square, co. Midd., merchant, 

Dominick von Esch, formerly of said Colmar, but now of said 
Upper Eaton Street, merchant, 

James Hollenweger, formerly of Strasburg on the Rhine, but now of 
Liverpool, co. Lancs., merchant; aliens born. ( Patent Roll, 40 Geo. 
Ill, part 8.) 

1800 Aug. 2. Lewis Duteus, clerk, formerly of the Province of Touraine, in the 
Kingdom of France, but now rector of Elsdon, co. Northumberland ; 
an alien born. (Ibid., part 14.) 



NATURALIZATIONS. 

41 0 Geo. Ill, 1st Session, No. 10. 

(Bill received royal assent 8 Dec. 1800.) 

Joseph Augustus Vandermersch, son of Francis Ignacius Vandermersch, by Sophia 
Nathalia Becquart his wife, born at Menin in Austrian Flanders. (For his certificate 
see L.J., xlii., p. 662.) 

41° Geo. Ill, 1 st Session, No. 15. 

(Bill received royal assent 15 Dec. 1800.) 

Charles Michel Lullin, son of Michel Lullin, by Amelia Christina his wife, born in 
Genevea. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 665.) 

41 0 Geo. Ill, 1st Session, No. 41. 

(Bill received royal assent 31 Dec. 1800.) 

Christoph Weltje, son of August Weltje, by Elizabeth his wife, born in the City of 
Brunswick. (For his certificate see L.J., xlii., p. 669.) 



Appendix I. 

OMISSIONS FROM VOL. I. 

1609-10. Feb. 28. George Chambers, of London, gent., born in 
Scotland. x Privy Seals Chancery, File No. 1781.) 
Mar. 7. Archibald, earl of Argyll, born in Scotland. 
(Ibid. No. 1782.) 

Sir James Fullerton, Sir James Semple, Sir 
James Hamilton and Robert More, gent., 
born in Scotland and the king’s servants. (Ibid ) 

Appendix II. 

CONTINUATION (FROM p.356 OF VOL. XVIII. HUGUENOT 
SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS) OF THE SPECIAL IRISH 
DENIZATIONS UNDER THE ACT OF 1692 FOR 
ENCOURAGEMENT OF PROTESTANT STRANGERS 
TO SETTLE IN IRELAND. (See ibid., p. 347.) 



1700. April 17. 


Edward Prijse. 


April 18. 


Geo. Lambert. 


April 19. 


O. Lyle. 


April 20. 


Jean Molie. 


April 23. 


Will. Pyne. 


June 12. 


Hen. Luther. 


Nov. 11. 


Ric. Gorges. 


Nov. 15. 


Robt. Caudet. 


Nov. 17. 


Ri. Martin, Clk. 


Nov. 22. 


Tho. Vaughan. 


1701-2. Feb. 15. 


B. Wybrants. 


1701. Oct. 14. 


Daniel Wybrants. 


1702. Jan. 23. 


Will Martin. 


Jan. 27. 


Ja. Medlicott. 


June 5. 


F. Schuldham. 


Nov. 24. 


Le Comte De paulen. 
Ja La Rouviere. 
James Dumas. 


Nov. 13. 


Pet. Guerin. 


Nov. 14. 


Hen. Echlin. 


Nov. 17. 


Lau. Roberts. 
Hen. De Marais. 


Nov. 10. 


Charles Hubbelthone. 
Edwd. Pain. 

David Gruchton. 


Nov. 11. 


Hen. Vansisterfleet. 

Ayme Fourreau de Toucheronde. 
Pall way. 


Nov. 12. 


Dan. Ra venal. 
Samuel Masse. 
Joh. Roissey. 


Nov. 9. 


And. Mestwier. 
James Heane. 
George Garider. 



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1702. Nov. 9. 

Nov. 7. 
Nov. 6. 

1702-3. Feb. 10. 
Feb. 2. 

Feb. 3. 

1703. April 15. 



May 


10. 


May 


7 - 


May 


8. 


May 


5 - 


April 


30 . 


April 


16. 


April 


28. 


April 


24. 



April 21. 



April 19. 



Danl. Drolenvaux. 

Nich. Bissell. 

Robt. Ormsbye. 

Robt. Echlin. 

Th. Darquier. 

Per. Bonafont. 

Richard Povey. 

Dalyel. 

Will Neaux. 

W. Villiers. 

Richd. Bauckham. 

David Renouard. 

John Enos. 

Augustus Laspois. 

Wm. Porter. 

Geo. Babe. 

Robt. Ormsby. 

C. Bourchier. 

Tho. Vaughan. 

George Garider. 

Em. Eckersall. 

Hen. Echlin. 

Esdras Marcus Lightenstone. 
Tho. Dumiskin. 

Geo. Antrobus. 

Will. Delgarno. 

James Parrott. 

Art. Ussher. 

Edward Wybrants. 

Jo. La Rouviere. 

B. Wybrants. 

Rich. Bouchereau. 

John Drolenvaux Gaty ? 

Joh. Roissey. 

Robt. Echlin. 

Edward Prijse. 

James Vashon. 

James Abbadie. 

Jam. Bordes. 

Petre pouchin. 

Tho. Prendergast. 

Jeffery Prendergast. 

Louis Le Roux. 

Dalyel. 

David Renouard. 

Edward Roberts. 

Sylvester Anyon. 

JOS. WOFINGTON. 

Richd. Bauckham. 

P. Morett. 

Edwd. Pain. 

Hen. Luther. 

Charles Hubbelthorne. 

Will. Neaux. 

Fra. Babe. 

Geo. Lambert. 



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1703. April 19. 



April 17. 



June 16. 

June 1 2. 
June 10. 
June 9. 

June 8. 
June 9. 
June 7. 
June 3. 
June 5. 



P. Pain. 

Ja. Medlicott. 

W. Villiers. 

James Peltier. 

Danll. Drolenvaux. 

John Ussher, 

David Wybrants. 

Hen. Demarais. 

Jon. Blenerhassett. 

James Dumas. 

Robt. Blener Hassett. 

Isaac Martin. 

Robert Cheacham. 

Antoni de laussan. 

Theodore Vesey. 

Rod. Corneile. 

David Martin. 

John Haijse. 

Lewis Chaigneau. 

James de Mareste. 

Tho. Gerard. 

Stephen Petitot. 

Jean de la Coulan. 

David Laual. 

John Lambart. 

Peter Le Maigneu. 

Gallissian. 

Hen. Vaughan. 

Rich. Goure. 

Jean Lasserre. 

Jean Boyer. 

La Raymond. 

Will. Porter. 

Jean Lasserre. 

T. Molyneux. 

Lewis Papin. 

Ephraim falaise. 

Pet. Drelincourt. 

Tho. Vesey. 

Jean faure. 

Louis Darques. 

Geo. St. Lacoreux. 

David de la touche. 

Barthelemew Balaquier, ministre. 

P. Monginot. 

Jean fontain. 

Jon. Correges. 

Alexander Regaudie. 

Petre Sijol. 

Jonathan Vausse. 

John Voddin. 

Samuel de Banquroy. 

Premier Capitaine du regiment de faranget. 
An^ie de Montau. 

SlLU DE MEAX ( ?) 

Danl. Combes. 



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1703. June 5. 

May 24. 
May 28. 



May 31. 

June 1. 
May 27. 



J. Gervais. 

Jean Vialas, 

Jo. Gay. 

Peter Pomeroy. 

Robt. Echlin, Dean of Tuam. 

Al. Delgarno. 

Peter Defay. 

Jacque Barbault. 

Jean fontanier. 

Peter Ribot. 

Loches. 

Richd. Lloyd. 

Gedeon fonjuliane. 

Alexandre dutoral. 

Pierre Gibert Depagez. 

Rene lestablere. 

Micuaque. 

Beniamin de marc de [? should this and the 
preceding name read Benjamin de Marc de 
Mienaque] 

Andre de Moncal. 

Jacques de bernay. 

Francois Raymon. 

De St. Estienne. 

Destray or Desvray. 

John Dumont lestanquette. 

J. Severin. 

Charles Cloyn. 

Wm. Delgarno. 

John Vestieu. 

Daniel de Virasel. 

Davi Moncornet. 

Step. De Sargenton La Molliere. 

PlERE GOULLIN. 

Jacques Daubussarques, Colonel. 

Edouard Delaguerue. 

Jacques des mareste. 

Jacques de Crosat. 

ClRUS DE LA MlLLIERE. 

Henri Cambes. 

Jacques St. Philbert. 

Charles de la Bouchetiere. 

Jean Trapaud. 

Jeremie Ban^ons. 

Louis Lamalquiere. 

Henry de la Milliere. 

Pierre Chomel. 

Peter Pellat. 

Alexandre Pellat. 

Florant de la Milliere. 

Daniel de Bernatre. 

Henry De la lande. 

Saloman de Blosset. 

Josue desloire, Captain. 

PlERE GUILHERMIN. 

Estienne de St. Mesmin. 



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221 



1703. May 27. 



May 28. 



Nov. 27. 

Nov. 18. 
Nov. 22. 
1704. May 22. 



Pierre de Laval. 

Gabriel De St. Gabriel. 

Gaspard Lanalue. 

Domnique Dhuglas. 

Joseph De Valada, Lieutenant. 

Louis defontalba. 

Pierre de St. felix. 

Pr. Pineau. 

Francois Le Brun. 

Elias Aubin. 

Jean Hubert. 

Tho. Royall. 

Marc Rigaudie. 

Jean St. Sauueur (Sauveur). 

Baltezar Dalbon, Major. 

Bontous. 

Japhet depuychenin. 

Abel Castelfranc. 

David farjon. 

John Gaich. 

Charles des Vignoles. 

Michael le marcqere. 

James de belrieu, baron of Virasel. 
Esaye Salles. 

Jean Anthoine De las mauzet, Captain. 
Nicolas Dubuc. 

Jean de la rouuiere. 

Francis Virgin. 

John Birinelli. 

Joseph de Launay. 

Wm. Quellyn. 

Rocrine Bonnon. 

Jaque de chatine. 

Peter Le Grany St. roux. 

Peter Dumas. 

John Chardellon. 

Thomas . 

Peter Denis. 

Edward Wybrants. 

Hen. Rocheblave. 

Hen. Cambes. 

Gabriel de Theron. 

Armand Lafont. 

Anthoine Martin La Bastie. 

Jean de Secqueville. 

Francois Damboix. 

Peter Masier. 

Peter fortaler. 

Pierre de Bagavde (?). 

Abrham daurget Monroy. 

Anthony de laussac. 

Mathieu Brian. 

John B ancons. 

Stephen Desody. 

Jean Boyer. 

Marc Rigaudie. 



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1704 - 



May 22. 



May 15. 
May 17. 



May 23. 



May 30. 
May 9. 



John Molie. 

Samuel Dupuy. 

Peter Ribot. 

Bertrand Laisne. 

Peter Aurelle. 

David Matuer. 

Charles Reboul De loupre. 

Cesar de Melyer. 

Piere De la brissonniere. 

Samuel de Banguroy. 

Gabriel farange. 

Francis Herne. 

Ino. Babe, Surv. at Carlingford. 

R. Pyne. 

Hen. Echlin. 

Will. Neaux. 

Anthoine Guizot. 

Jacques Contous. 

Estienne Molie. 

Pierre Dassas. 

Francois La lause de Robert. 
James Tynte. 

Pierre Gibert De pagez. 

Daniel Addee. 

Peter Lavergne. 

Salomon Liger. 

Henry Lentilhac. 

Rene de guinson. 

Felix Bruguire. 

Domnich Dhugla. 

Abel Amatis. 

Jean borribeau. 

Edouard Lyuerne. 

Henry Alhories. 

James St. Christol. 

James De Leuze. 

Henry Philip Rossillon. 

Jean Aldebert. 

James bernay. 

Jean Massilos. 

David farjont. 

Peter Alesieu. 

Francois De lorme. 

Jean Guilhermine. 

Louis de fontalba. 

Gerard Saint Pau. 

Isaac De Collombier. 

Richard Grosvenor. 

Jaque de Chatin. 

Peter Dumas. 

John Char del. - 

Peter Denis. 

Peter La Gram erf. St. Meard ( ?). 
Wm. Delgarno. 

Francois St. Estienne. 

Jean Anthoine Lasnauzet, Captain. 



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223 



1704. May 9. 
July 3- 



June 26. 

Nov. 7. 
l 7°4-5- Jan. 24. 



Feb. 1. 

1705. June 13. 

1706. 

Nov. 7. 
Nov. 18. 

May 28. 

1707. May 5. 
1708-9. Feb. 1. 

1709. May 21. 



Nov. 21. 



Nov. 23. 



Mark Anthony Najac. 

Augustus Laspois. 

Gabriel Lamote Brocas. 

Henry Boisrond de St. Leger. 

James Rimbliere. 

Hector de Cramahe. 

Sandoz. 

Ja. Medlicott. 

Edwd. Medlicott. 

Samuel Medlicott. 

Andw. Richier. 

Tho. Bellew. 

Lem. Schuldham. 

Robert Perralt. 

Wm. De la hoyde. 

E. Fontaine. 

Cha. Porter. 

Peregrine Lascelles. 

David Renouard. 

Will. Neaux. 

Robt. Dougatt. 

Elias Bouchereau. 

John Ycard. 

John Surville. 

Pierre De la brissonniere, Captain. 
Willm. Maret. 

Louis fontalba, Captain. 

E. DELYUERNE. 

Peter Bouquet. 

Paul le Ferron als. Faron. 

Jean de prades. 

Devaulx. 

Jacques Mauclere de St. Philbert. 
Stephan de St. Mesmin. 

James defrotte rimbliere, Captain. 

John Giberne, Captain. 

Jacques Bontous. 

Louis de Prez. 

Salomon Liger. 

Japhet Geraud depuy cpienin. 

Jacques Moules. 

Durand Therond. 

Daniel Doulon. 

Isaac De Souches. 

Peter Vatable. ■ 

John Sauounet. 

Isaac De Lorthe. 

Samuel de pechels la boissonnade, Lieut. 
John Aigoin. 

Cesar de melyer. 

Claude Roussel. 

Jean Augier Massilos, Captain. 

Isaac Celles. 

Gabriel Le Lou. 

Daniel de la fontan. 

Pierre brun. 



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APPENDIX II. 



1709. May 23. Francois Souliere. 

Jacque Brustis. 

John Boivin. 

Andre de Moncal. 

Israel Lalo. 

John delestrilles De laclide, Captain. 
Jean Pons, Ministre. 

Charles Reboul Deloupre. 

Peter de Laval. 

Peter Ladevesse. 

Charles drouart Vandiere. 

Anthony Vedel. 

Jean Pierre ducros. 

Francois Claris. 

J. Vabres St. Sauueur (St. Sauveur). 
Daniel guiton. 

Barthelemy Balaguier, Ministre. 
Charles Pillot. 

Moses Bruguiere. 

Pierre bistort. 

David Dupont. 

James Martin. 

Jean Vialars. 

Marc la motte. 

Jean Darassus. 

Jean De Durand. 

Charles de la Cailtiere, Captain. 

Jean Jaques Lartique. 

Pierre Perraute. 

Daniell Fraisse. 

Francis Masson. 

William Boucoiran. 

Michael David, Ministre. 

James fontaine. 

Daniel Collot Descury. 

Alexander David Lenfant. 

Pierre de La rousseliere. 

Charle De St. ferreol. 

Georges Piozet, pensioner. 

Jaque Eymer (Aymer). 

Nicolas Cassel. 

Pierre Baullier. 

Etienne Regaud. 

John Puray. 

Paul Chastel. 

William pelut. 

Lawrence fourque. 

Gabriel Angeau. 

Nov 24. James de belrieu Virasel. 

James d’Andoins. 

Francois Bernard. 

Jean Bues. 

Jean Clamouse. 

Elias Bouhf.reau. 

John Bouhereau. 

John Alan^on. 



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225 



1709. Nov. 12. 



Nov. 14. 
Nov. 15. 

Nov. 18. 

Nov. 8. 

Nov. 11. 



Nov. 28. 
1709-10. Feb. 7. 



Feb. 8. 
Feb. 11. 



Jan. 27. 



James Daubussarques, Colonel. 

Florant de la Milliere. 

Hector Chattaigner Cramahe. 

Samuel Philemon de Marconnay. 

Peter Peze degaleniere. 

Simon Chabert. 

Henry lespinasse la lande. 

Will. Binaud. 

Charles dumas. 

Paul Bonnafon. 

Noah Desclaux. 

Daniel de boubers bernatre. 

Theophille De La Cour Des brisay, Captain. 
Louis Chaigneau. 

Jeremie Ban^ons. 

Theodore Raboteau. 

Nicollas ferrand, Lieutenant. 

Rene La Douespe lestablere. 

Alexander de bardel dutoral. 

Peter Vignau. 

David farjon. 

Samuel Cavallier. 

Charles de Sailly. 

Gerard Saint Pau, Lieutenant. 

Adam de Glatigny. 

Pieter Verdoen. 

G. Barbier. 

L. Quartier. 

A. VlRIDET. 

R. Freeman. 

R. Ingoldesby. 

Gabriel deloron Tharot, Captain. 

Will. Crommelin. 

Louis Crommelin. 

Joh. Vareille. 

Stephen Mazyet. 

Isaac Charrier. 

John Brunet. 

Stephen Mazyet, Junr. 

John Ycard. 

Jeanne Susanne de Blosset. 

Marie de la Chapelle. 

Margueret de Combecrose. 

Jean de Secqueuille, Captain. 

John de Bette. 

Anne de Creissel. 

Jean Pineau. 

Abraham Jouneau. 

Peter Mercier. 

Benjamin Pascal. 

Francois Damboix, Lieutenant. 

Jean Jacques de Lacger. 

William Duponcet. 

Ant. Garrison. 

Jean Chappelle. 

Claudius de la blache Belet. 



P 



226 



APPENDIX II. 



1709-10. Jan. 27. Marc Blanct. 

Jean Olivier. 

Paul Guiraud. 

Louis Vidall. 

Anthony Guizot. 

Peter Daniel. 

Robert Daniel. 

Jean fabre. 

Peter faure. 

Louis Bertin. 

Daniel Marrauld. 

A. Lhan. 

Paul Pas. 

G. Canasille. 

Samuel Vidouze La barthe. 

Marc Hubaut de champlorier. 

John Bertrand. 

Jan. 28. Emanuell Decize. 

Gabriel Boyd. 

Stephen Peridier. 

Louis Laumosnier de Travecy 
Louis Le Roux. 

Pr. Dumas. 

Jean Jalaguier, Cornet. 

John bertrand. 

Peter Bertrand. 

Jean Champy de la Motte, Lieutenant. 
Jean Demestre, Lieutenant. 

Jan. 24. Jn. Brien. 

Jean Charles Terrot. 

Daniel fortanier. 

Alexandre pellat. 

Henry Tirafort. 

John Bouteaud. 

Theophille Dandre. 

Bertrand Laisne. 

Paul Baignoulx, Lieutenant. 

Pier Roussel. 

Jean paizean. 

Olivier dugast. 

Centurion la motte Belleau, Captain. 
Charles David Lamecourt. 

Paul Martin. 

Jaen Chouuin (Chouvin). 

Francois Mourges. 

Peter Bureau. 

Abel armenault De Machinuille. 
Charles Gallissian, Corporal. 

Fran. Charrier. 

John Guion. 

Daniel Bues. 

Jan. 25. Nicolas Doyenne. 

Peter Bere. 

John Bureau. 

Jean de St. Sauueur, Lieutenant. 

Peter Sejourne, 



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227 



709- 10. Jan. 25. 



Jan. 23. 



Feb. 1 
Feb. 7. 
1710. April 27. 



April 28. 



Peter Goullin, Cornet. 

Paul de Pineau. 

George Gallot. 

Boesnier. 

Louis Simon. 

Anthoine Erraux. 

Estienne La pierre. 

Anthoine Cellier. 

Benjamin Gaume, Cornet. 

Peter Cellis. 

Jean Cellis. 

Philipe Matty. 

Francois font. 

Francois Collvinn. 

Jacques grenie[r], Cadet. 

PlSTRE OziAR. 

Armand Lafont. 

Estienne Laget. 

Francois Robert de la lauze, Lieutenant. 
Simon Vezy. 

Rene de guinson. 

Jo. BINEAU. 

Theophille bassac. 

Isaac Pradell. 

Abel Amatis, Quartermaster. 

Mathieu brian, Lieutenant. 

Auguste Duval. 

Jean Boiribeau. 

James Baize. 

Henry Drulhon, Lieutenant. 

Michel Duchesne. 

Louis Lepetit. 

Jean Prevost. 
la Roche 

Louis Papine, Lieutenant. 

Anthoine Martin La Bastide, Captain. 
Jean Mauze. 

John Talon. 

Jean Mauze. 

Fridrict Addee. 

Abel Reunell. 

Jean Boulet. 

Jean Chiout. 

Jacques Le Tort. 

Jacques Mailliard. 

Theodore lotal. 

Lovis Chaile. 

Jean hieu. 

Jacque tauro. 

Estiene La borde. 

Pierre Bourry. 

Pierre richard. 

Francois Vallet. 

John Poudansan, 

Pierre Bage. 

Jean faure. 

Peter Landre. 



228 



APPENDIX II. 



1710. April 28, Gaxiot Servat. 

Abraham Malet. 

Jacques Sabourin. 

May 2. John Porter. 

Simon Boust Laboutrie. 

Andre fraigneau. 

Isaac Chaigneau. 

Jean Teissier. 

Henry Maynard. 

Paul Espinasse. 

Samuel De la Maziere. 

Nicols. Mauclerc. 

James Roy. 

Andre Rulland. 

Danll. Guion. 

John Chabert. 

David Buisson. 

Elias Bonuvrier. 

June 27. Jacques des Montaut. 

Jean Boutin. 

Pierre Rieusset. 

Richd. Bouchereau, Captain. 
Arnaud Prou, Captain. 

Peter Guilhermin, Lieutenant. 
Jean Godeau. 

Stephen Bringuier. 

Rostan Majanelle. 

Nov. 7. Alexandre de Susy Boan, min. 
John Dumeny. 

Abraham Tabois. 

Rene de la Faussille. 

Jean Puget. 

Pierre Andre Puget. 

William Espinasse. 

Guilliaume Delandre. 

Jean Duran. 

Marie Tordreau. 

Eliz. Tordreau. 

John Comte. 

Jean Andonye. 

Janne Maucler. 

Angelique De Fontaine. 

Laval. 

Bernard de Combe. 

Jean Chaigneau. 

Isaac bultel. 

Mary baume. 

Gabrielle perauchau. 

Crossly. 

Magdelayne Bonnafon. 

Frances Baume. 

Jaque bues. 

John Cailhot. 

Isabeau Cailhot. 

Claude boust la boutrie. 



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229 



1710. Nov. 7. Suzanne lautal. 

Francois Maire. 

Mathew Camelin. 

Jean Jeanneau. 

Marie Poiteuin. 

Eliz. Reine. 

Gilete fortenier. 

Jeanne Taureau. 

Darquier. 

Marie Magdelaine Vautreau. 

Vauteau. 

Isaac Nau. 

Isaac Vauteau, Junr. 

Susanne Sers. 

Elizabhet de Coudre. 

Rachel Mesmin. 

Brunyer. 

Marguerite de grindorge. 
de Cresserons. 

Daniel Darblade. 

Martha raboteau denials [ ? deri a/s] rambert. 
Marie chesneau. 

Marie de lorn. 

Pierre Mazotin. 

Peerette Dugla. 

Mari anne Coudere. 

SuSANE DE LA BLACHIE DE LACGER. 

Pierre de lorn. 

Marie de laualle de fontaine. 

JUDIT BREMENI SAUUAGET. 

Charlotte Marriette Piozet. 

SuSANA GOUSSE. 

Henriette Menard. 

Elisabeth guiset. 

Daniel Nobilleau. 

James Champion. 

Peter Roger. 

Elizabeth de fujol vebron. 

Francoise Maire als. Pierre Vallat. 

Sarah Taveau. 

Catherin Naveau alenet. 

Louise Mazuel. 

Marianne Baijze. 

John Jacob Voto. 

Charles Laudreau. 

Marie Armeneault. 

Antoinete Tournier. 

Louise Mazuel. 

Marie de Pineau. 

Charlote Vasserot. 

Jane gouy. 

Anne de liuerne de pres. 

Mary Boisnier. 

Francoise Portal. 

Elizt. Chastelain als. le Grand. 

Elizth. Chastelaen als. Summerwell. 



230 



APPENDIX II. 



1710. Nov. 7. John Go (Gou). 

Elizabeth Gaye. 

Elizabeth de coudre. 

Louis Regnier. 

Sibille La Coste. 

Mary de lambermont Morell. 

Martha Morel. 

John Baijze. 

Louis Siua (Siva). 

Jacques la Val. 

Jean Baume. 

Claudius fullum. 

Gabriel Mathieu. 

Alexander St. Treuon. 

Bernadine de falgueroles. 

Francis Chastin. 

Paul Brion. 

1710-11. Feb. 9. Mari anne Cassel. 

Marie Sauvaget Girard 
Antoinete Molles. 

Feb. 10. Caterne fraigneu. 

Feb. 12. Marianne Porter. 

Elizabeth Chaigneau. 

Pierrette Cavalier. 

Olimpe Soulier. 

ANGELIQUE PILLOT BOD 1 N. 

JUDETH NAU. 

Susanne Rousseau. 

John Dusou. 

Peter Caco. 

Catherine Damboix. 

Elizabeth Fontalba. 

Louise de lonpre. 

Peter Metge. 

Mathurine demestre. 

David Boudon. 

Anne Basannier la Bastide. 

William Leake. 

Moyse Douse. 

Madalaine dubuisson Martin. 

Charles Bardin. 

Louise Champlorier. 

Louis La Malquiere. 

Susanne le Noir De Maret. 

Madeline de la Siere. 

Daniel Pineau. 

Marie poussin. 

Janne de Clervaute de la primaudaye. 

Anne Le Cerf de marconnay. 

Susanne de St. gabriel. 

Marguerite Cadenous St. Sauueur Corbete. 
Francoise dalesieu dumeny. 

Marie Chauvet du Mont. 

Marquise de pechels. 

Olimpe daudibert de la mott. 

Anne duroure. 



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1710-11. Feb. 12. Elizabeth Rigaudie. 

Juddict Digue de la Tousche. 

SUSANNE DUROURE. 

Elizabeth de ferron de la rouseliere. 
Nath. Cabanel. 

SUSANNE TABOIS. 

Pierre Armand. 

Madelaine Bousseau St. geme. 
Madelaine de beriere. 

Marguerite brun. 

Martha Molie. 

Janne Grimaudet Pain. 

Jeanne de la Corne De Sailly. 
Mariane Darassus. 

Janne de Saltman de la faussille. 
Ester de la Haye du Mont. 

Paul pineau. 

Jeanne La Motte. 

John Pomarede. 

Jean Lasserre. 

P. Robert. 

Jean aldebert. 

Henry bereau. 

Henry Nobilleau. 

Pierre picard. 

Pierre bareau. 

Louis Nougaret. 

Anne de la . 

Michel Mell. 

Peter Michel. 

Jean Chareiron. 

James Giball. 

Francois Pandin du Parc. 

Teodore Vincent. 

David Carton. 

Peter Thiboust. 

Pierre Vallat. 

Estienne de Coudre. 

Nicolas Marquois. 

Nicols goujone. 

John de Questebrune. 

Phillipe Pittart. 

Daniel Sectanuielle ( ?) 

Jonas Bedford. 

Jean Moulin. 

David Soulier. 

Feb. 3. Henrietta Ban^ons. 

Anne Mahault Bere. 

Pauline Balaguier. 

Mariane Duponcet. 

Magdelaine de la cour desbrisay. 
Elizabeth darassus. 

Rachel brunet. 

Judicit Sauounet. 

Jeannu Arabin. 

, Louise de la rimbliere. 



232 



APPENDIX II. 



1710.-1 1. Feb. 3. Jeanne Brocas. 

Nicolas August Lenieps. 

JOSYAS BARAFORT. 

Anthoine Guiraud. 

Feb. 6. Anne Cambois Richeir. 

Anne de Lon de Lorthe. 

Marguerite pons. 

Anne geraud terrot. 

Francoise de belcastel. 

Jene pascal. 

Isabel de rochelbaue la caux. 
Angelique de Goullaine. 

Anne De la Perinne. 

Marie Viridet. 

Magdelaine de Vandiere. 

Marie de la Rouviere. 

Catherine duroure Rieutort. 

BONNE DE VIGNAU. 

Anne Madelaine de goullaine. 

Marie pingniot La Limousiniere. 

Peter La Placette. 

Jam. Bordes. 

SUSANNE MAUCLERC DE SaINPHILBERT. 
Benigne Beranger. 

Marie de Tharot. 

Charlote De Laspois. 

Louise Petitot. 

Marianne Guinebauld de la Milliere. 
Marie Duchail Garnison. 

Anne de Vassinhac. 

MaRGUERITTE DE LA ROCHE FOUCAULT. 

DE PONTHIEU. 

Jeanne de St. Mesmin. 

Esther de Chalesme. 

DE DURAND. 

Paule de Valada. 

Charlotte Guinebauld de la Milliere. 
Catherine Molles. 

Susanne Molles. 

Anne Esther de goulaine. 

Jeanne Pascal. 

Thon. de Maurand daudet. 

Marianne Chataigner als. Cramahe. 

Jan. 6. Mary Macarell. 

Elisabeth Theroulde. 

Marie La Capelle. 

David Rieusset. 

Anthony Vareille. 

Jan. 29. Anne Grosvenor. 

Anne de faviere. 

Lucie demoncaud. 

Magdelaine pepin ricard. 

Moses Bernege. 

Anne a montiot. 

Pierre Denis. 

Jean Banqons. 



IRISH DENIZATIONS UNDER ACT OF 1692. 



233 



1710-1 1. Jan. 29. 



Jan. 23. 
Jan. 24. 



1 7 1 1 . May 4. 



June 20. 

* 

June 9. 

June 11. 
Nov. 6. 



Abraham Sauuaget. 

Abraham Barbault. 

Jean Varangle de Barnir. 

David Terson Calvairac. 

Pierre portal. 

Saml. Recaudon. 

James Buschau Abbadie. 

Peter Garesche. 

Louisa Poirlet. 

Francois delangon. 

Vincent Heurard. 

James Barre. 

Abraham Pons. 

Jaques Re Boul. 

Jean Riorteau. 

Michel Le Conte. 

Guilhaumef pictart ( ?). 

Francois fonteneau. 

Jacque Guy de Soignon. 

Jacob Roger. 

Anth. Magnou. 

John Jourdan, Vicar of Dunshaghlin. 
Francois Darane. 

Gebhard de Bosne Dumeny ( ?). 

Philipe Tarissen de . 

Peter Poey. 

Theophille Vigneau. 

Peter Mestivier. 

Peter Charles. 

Charles Gouy. 

Isias Moore. 

E. Worth. 

James Tynte. 

Jeanne chaigneau Marraud. 

Marie Pairechau Paizan. 

Jeane Douglas. 

Charlotte Piozet. 

Simon Audouin. 

Isaac Saillade. 

Isaac De Beaze ( ?). 

Pierre du hautpas. 

D. Moore. 

Hen. Reynel. 

John Eccleston. 

Elia Ormsby. 

Nichs. Romain. 

Dav. Chaigneau. 

Robt. Mason. 

Isaac Mante. 

Anne d’Audoins alias Perroteau. 
Peter Maurice. 

Nic. St. Quentin. 



234 



APPENDIX III. 



Appendix III. 

IRISH NATURALIZATION ACTS, 
temp. Charles II. 

1662. Act for the naturalizing of Lewis Desminiers, et al. (14 and 15 Car. II. C. 5.) and 

1665. Act for naturalizing Viscountess Dungan, et al. (17 and 18 Car. II. C. 22.) 

For these 2 Acts see respectively Irish Statutes at Large, Vol. II. p. 348 and Vol. III. p. 196. 
The former of these 2 Acts (Desminiers) is printed in Vol. XVIII. Naturalizations 
(Huguenot Society) p. 66, incorrectly under date 1655. But on p. 337 of the same volume 
the date is given correctly as above, viz. 1662. The latter of the 2 Acts is printed Ibid., 
p. 65 incorrectly under date 1654, and the error of date is not corrected in Vol. XVIII. 

The unfortunate mistake as to the date of these 2 Acts as printed above, arose from the 
incorrect nature of the description of the record from which the entries are derived. 
For the reign of Charles II the Statute Rolls Chancery (Ireland) are not divided into 
regnal years, but into parts ; but owing to a clerical error in the list they were 
classified as if the parts were regnal years ; thus instead of Statute Rolls Chancery 
Ireland 6 and 7 Car. II., should be read Statute Rolls Chancery Ireland Charles II, 
parts 6 and 7. 

The present note is inserted as a corrigendum item to pp. 65-6 of Vol. XVIII. 



IRISH PATENT ROLL DENIZATIONS 



235 



Appendix IV. 



DENIZATIONS AND NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATES FROM THE 

PATENT ROLL, IRELAND. 



704. Nov. 9. 



Nov. 21. 
Nov. 29. 



719. May 6. 
May 15. 



Anne, 1702 — 1714. 

William Mee, native of Barrington in Lancashire, England, bricklayer. 

( Patent Roll, 3 Anne, 1st part, f. m. 61.) 

Isaac Wolfington, native of Lisneyarvy in the co. of Antrim, bricklayer. 
(Ibid., f. m. 62.) 

John Meares, native of Dublin, bricklayer. (Ibid.) 

John Twist, native of Leeds in Yorkshire, in England, bricklayer. 
(Ibid., 3d part, f. m. 67.) 

William Cooper, native of Hull in Yorkshire, in England, bricklayer. 

(Ibid.) 

Peter Clavier, native of Mazeres in the Kingdom of France, glover. 

(Ibid.) 

Henry Maynard, native of Rochell in the Kingdom of France, and now 
of Dublin, merchant. (Ibid., 6th part, d. m. 61.) 

Anthony Guizott, native of Nismes in the Kingdom of France, and now 
resident in Dublin, merchant. (Ibid.) 

Estienne Peridier, native of Montpelier, France, now of Dublin, 
merchant. (Ibid.) 

David Dupont, native of Bourdeux, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

James Bournack, native of Sivray, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

Clennett Ciiancherie, native of Laroche, France, now of Dublin, 
merchant. (Ibid.) 

Peter Bigot, native of Bloys, France, now of Dublin, merchant. (Ibid.) 
Daniell Guion, native of St. Saveineu, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 
(Ibid.) 

John Clamouse, native of Saintaffrique, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

James Soignon, native of St. Maison, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

Samuel Offre, native of St. John Angly, France, now of Dublin, 
merchant. (Ibid.) 

Marke le Blanc, native of Ales in the Kingdom of France, now of 
Dublin, merchant. (Ibid., d. m. 63.) 

Andrew le Blanc, native of Ales, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

William Boncoiran, native of Nismes, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

Peter Dumas, native of Laroche, France, now of Dublin, merchant. 

(Ibid.) 

George I, 1714 — 1727. 

Andrew Gottlieb, Baron of Bernstorff, foreigner. (Patent Roll, 
5 George I, 1st part, f. 40.) 

Jean Herman Billerbeck, foreigner. (Ibid., f. 44.) 



236 



APPENDIX IV. 



1721. Sept. 9. Sophie Charlotte, Countess Platen and Baroness Kilmansegge, 
foreigner. (Ibid., 8 George I, f. m. 6.) 



Quarter Sessions held at Kilmainham, in and for the Co. of Dublin. 

1721. Oct. 5. James Hussey, of the city of Dublin, Esq. ( Patent Roll, 8 George l, 
1 st part, f. m. 14.) 

General Assizes for the City and Co. of Cork. 

1721. Aug. 9. John Lorie, of the city of Cork, merchant, a French Protestant stranger. 
(Patent Roll, 1 1 George l, 2d part, d. m. 27.) 

Co. Cork. 

1725. Mar. 25. Elias Duboise, a Dutch Protestant, and 

Nicholas Corne, a French Protestant. (Patent Roll, 11 George I, 2d 
part, d. m. 27.) 



George II, 1727 — 1760. 
General Assizes, Co. Cork. 



1735. July 26. Lucas Robbins, of said city of Cork, mariner, a French Protestant.^ 
(Patent Roll, 9 George II, 2d part, d. m. 29.) 

1 737-8- Mar. 18. Peter Ferray, now of the city of Cork, merchant, born in Havre in the 
Kingdom of F'rance. (Ibid., 11 George II, 2d part, d. m. 80.) 

George III, 1760—1793. 

Certificates. 

1761. June 6. Reverend Isaac Subremont, of King’s Street, near St. Stephen’s Green, 

in the parish of St. Peter’s in the city of Dublin, clerk. (Patent Roll, 

1 George III, 3d part, f. m. 50.) 

1762. Dec. 2. John Mathias Weguelin and 

John Peter Webber, of Bolton street, in the parish of St. Michan’s in the 
city of Dublin, natives of Germany. (Ibid., 3 George III, 1st part, 
d. m. 39.) 

General Assizes, Co. Cork. 



1764. Aug. 18. 
1766. Mar. 15. 

1766. Aug. 13. 



John Baptist Langlois, merchant. ( Patent Roll, 5 George III, 1st part, 
d. m 7.) 

Marinus Dokker, foreigner. (Ibid., 6 George III, 2d part, d. m. 31.) 

Dublin. 

Mr. Jeremiah Perrett, of Colledge Green in the parish of St. Andrew, 
in the city of Dublin. (Patent Roll, 6 George III, 3d part, d. m. 8.) 



1767. Mar. 28. 

1768. Mar. 18. 
Aug. 18. 

1769. Mar. 17. 



General Assizes, Co. Cork. 

Gerard Fehrman, foreigner, merchant. (Patent Roll. 7 George III, 2d 
part, f. m. 32.) 

Gotfried Gerard Fehrman, foreigner, merchant. (Ibid.) 

John Tolekin, now of the city of Cork, merchant, foreigner. (Ibid., 

8 George III, 2d part, f. m. 8.) 

Philip Stubbeman, foreigner merchant, foreigner. (Ibid., 9 George III, 
1st part, d. m. 51.) 

Abraham .Solomon, now of the city of Cork, merchant, foreigner. (Ibid., 

9 George III, 2d part, f. m. 12.) 



IRISH PATENT ROLL DENIZATIONS 



237 



Court of Chancery. 

1769. June 9. Gabriel Beranger, of Great George’s Street, in the parish of Saint 
Andrew’s in the city of Dublin, merchant, foreigner. ( Patent Roll, 9 
George III, 2d part, f. m. 27.) 

1771. Feb. 20. Jean Marie, on 31st January 1753 subscribed the several oaths. (Ibid., 

11 George III, 1st part, f. m. 42.) 

General Assizes, Co. Cork. 

1772. Oct. 3. Dingeman Dekker, foreigner. ( Patent Roll, 13 George III, 1st part, 

f. m. 63.) 

General Assizes, Co. Galway. 



1773. April 6. Nicholas Weiergang, foreigner. ( Patent Roll, 14 George III, 1st part, 
d. m. 3.) 

George III, 1793 — 1820. 

1795. Aug. 1. Grant unto Gorges Paulin Lowther, a minor, son of Gorges Lowther, 
of Kilrue in the co. of Meath, Esq., an alien born, to be a free denizen of 
Ireland. (Patent Roll, 35 George III, 9th part, m. 170.) 

Sept. 19. Grant unto Hyacinthe Gabrielle, Lady Mornington, als Hyacinthe 
Gabrielle Rolland, wife of the Right Hon ble Richard, Earl of 
Mornington, an alien born. (Ibid., 10th part, m. 99.) 



238 



APPENDIX V. 



Appendix V. 

CHANCERY CERTIFICATES OF NATURALIZATION, 1767—1800.* 



1767. Mar. 28. 


General Assizes, Co. Cork. 
Gerard Fehrman, foreigner, merchant. 


1781. May 13. 


Tholsell Office, Dublin. 

Peter Marcelis, late of Ghent in Flanders, now of the city of Dublin, 
lace merchant. 


1780. Dec. 2. 


Londonderry. 

Casper Staubsand, otherwise Jasper Stevenson, of said city of London- 
derry, sugar refiner and merchant, but originally of Hesse Cassel in 
the Principality of Hesse, in Germanv. 


1781. Sept. 1. 


Waterford. 

Arnold Rahmann, of the city of Waterford, merchant. 


1781. Nov. 1. 


Tholsell Office, Dublin. 

Joel Woolf, of the city of Dublin, merchant. 


1781. Oct. 17. 


Cork. 

Christian Stringer, a foreign mariner. 

Tholsell Office, Dublin. 



782. April 22. John Bertels, late of Brussels, but now of the city of Dublin, merchant. 
Sept. 29. Conrad Eldenhorst, of Dublin, mariner. 

Oct. 21. Itrisch Franket. 

Sept. 30. Francis D’ I vernois, advocate, citizen of Geneva. 

1783. Mar. 10. William Ringler, late Councellor of State of Geneva. 



June 21. 


Theodore Giesler. 


1783. June 25. 


Tholsell Office, Dublin. 

James Francis Plan, late Councellor of two hundred Council of Geneva. 
James Anthony Dukoveray, late Attorney General of the city of Geneva. 
John Benedict Humbert, late Burgess of the city of Geneva. 



* Certificates continue to the year 1853. These Certificates are not inrolled. 



IRISH CHANCERY CERTIFICATES. 



239 



1783- July 17- 

1784. Sept. 27. 


Court of Chancery. 

Adrian Moens, of Rotterdam in Holland, merchant. 

Benedick Muzio, ah Moore, now of the city of Dublin, but late of 
Genoa in Italy, mariner. 


1786. Jan. 25. 


Co. Galway. 

Charles Andrew Chabert, late Governor of St. Eustatius, etc., now of 
the Kingdom of Ireland, Esq. 


1787. July 30. 


James Freymuth, late of the city of Zurich in Switzerland, and now of the 
city of Dublin, haberdasher. 


Nov. 6. 


Bryan Paul Lynch, de Killikelly, late of Bilboa in the Kingdom of 
Spain, merchant, but now of Lydicane, co. Galway, Ireland, Esq. 


1788. Dec. 11. 


General Assizes, Co. Limerick. 

John Creaghe Richard, of St. Eustatius, in the West Indies, Esq. 


1789. Sept. 15. 


Dublin. 

Richard Toutcher, formerly of Stavanger in Norway, and now of the 
city of Dublin, merchant. 


1791. Jan. 12. 


Charles Nathaniel Hoffman, formerly of Dantzig, situate in Regal 
Prussia, and now of the city of Dublin, gent. 


Jan. 18. 


Mary Rogier, formerly of Brussels in the Dutchy of Brabant, but now 
of the Kingdom of Ireland, spinster. 



Nov. 18. Thomas Giordani, formerly of Naples in the Kingdom of Sicily, and 



1793. Dec. 19. 


now of the city of Dublin, music master. 

Emanuel Zimmerman, foreigner, but now residing in Stephen’s Street, in 
the city of Dublin. 


1794. Dec. 31. 


Gaspard Joseph de Madronnet, son to the Count de St. Eugene, 
residing at No. 6, North Earl Street, in this city of Dublin. 

Peter Bricg, merchant, born in Bourdeaux, now residing at No. 19, 
Jervais Street, Dublin. 


1 795 - July 1. 


Bartholomew Basterott, late of Bourdeaux in the Kingdom of 
France, but now residing in North Cumberland [Street], Dublin. 
Signature “ Bartholelemy de Basterot.” 


1796. April 8. 


Court of Chancery, Dublin. 

Barthelemy Boisseau, of Cumberland Street in the city of Dublin, 
baker and cooke. 


July ■ 8. 


Andrew Darre, a French emigrant priest, native of the city of Montanl 
in the Province of Gascony, France, formerly Professor of Philosophy 
in the Royal College of the city of Auch, and a parish priest in the 
same city, but now of North Cumberland Street in the city of Dublin. 

Bartholomew De Basterot, Knight, and late a member of the Parliamenf 
of Bordeaux, France, and one of the Councillors of Lewis the Sixteenth, 
late King of France, but now of North Cumberland Street, Dublin. 

Felix De Tortonval, of North Cumberland Street, Dublin, Esq. 



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APPENDIX V. 






July 19. 
1797. Mar. 20. 



Mar. 8. 
1798. Mar. 2. 



James De Basterot, of North Cumberland Street, Dublin, Esq. 

Charles Frederick Alexander Mary Williomer, nobleman, late a 
Captain of Dragoons in the Militia of Saint Domingo, but now of 
No. 69, Marlborough Street in the city of Dublin, Esq. 

Charles Rosalie de Rohan Chabot, Comte de Jarnac. 

Augustus Frederick Gerhard Von Heine, late of Holzminden in the 
Dutchy of Brunswick Wolfenbuttle, Germany, but now residing in the 
city of Dublin, merchant. 



Co. Waterford. 



1800. Mar. 26. 

1 799. Mar. 6. 
1798. Nov. 29. 
1790. Sept. 6. 



James Paul Defranquefort, a French nobleman, and formerly Lieutenant 
Colonel of a regiment of Horse in the Service of the King of France, 
now of the city of Waterford, Ireland. 

Joseph Lopo, late of Oporto in the Kingdom of Portugal, but now of the 
city of Dublin, merchant. 

Charles Augustus De Vegogne, late Lieutenant in the Corps of 
Hussars belonging to Prince of Salam Cherbourgh. 

Mark Dangers, late of Bordeaux, France, now residing in the city of 
Dublin, merchant. 



INDEX 






248 



INDEX. 



(For an explanation of the method of this index see Introductory Note.) 



Aall, Jacob, 79. 

Abel, Charles Frederick, 180. 

Abelain, Johi, 35. 

, Johi, 35. 

Acere. See Azire. 

Adam, John, Clerk, 7. 

Addee, Daniel, 115. 

, Louis, 101. 

Adolph, Christopher, 54. 

Affleck (Afflick, Afleck), Gilbert, 44. 

, John, 65. 

Agassiz, Lewis, 169. 

Ageron, John, 6, 69. 

Aguiton, William, 183 
Aimant, Jacobus (see Amian), 94. 
Akerman, Henrietta, nee Ardesoif, 186. 
Alais (Allais), Abraham, 6, 79. 

, Catherine, 6. 

, Isaac, 42. 

, Marie, 6. 

-, Stephen, 6. 

Alard, see Allard. 

Alavoine (Al’avoine), Daniel, 105. 
•, Samuel, 62. 

Albrecht, John Henry Charles, 203. 
Alberg, Jonas, 70. 

— — (Alburg), Magdalena, 109. 
Aldworth, Magdalen, 149. 

Aleber, see Alever. 

Alefsen (Alessen), Abraham, 43, 52. 
Aleman, John Frederick, 60. 

Alessen, see Alefsen. 

Alever (Aleber), Jacob, 8. 

Alihau, Johi, 32. 

Allais, see Alais. 

Allard (Alard), Francis, 7, 99. 

, Petro, senr., 34. 

, Petro, junr., 34. 

Allen, see Allet, Gordon. 

Allet (Allen), Catherine, 87. 

Allion, Andr, 86. 

Alloneau, Isaac, 82. 

Alotte, Charles, 113. 

Alphen (Alfen), Adrian Van, 4. 

Alric, James, 166. 

Alrott, John, 62. 

Alsendelft, see Van Alsendelft. 



Alstrom, Mary, 137. 

Alvarez, Hester, 103. 

, Isabella M., 103. 

, Isaaco Mendez, 133. 

, Jacob, 131. 

Amans, Marquis de Saint Chamans, 
205. 

Amian (Amyand, Amien, and see 
Aimant, Amyaud), Mairi Madelaine, 
107. 

, Thedore (Thoodore), 70. 

Amick, John, 198. 

Amie, (Aime), Henry, 51. 

Amiot, Peter, 100. 

Amour, see St. Amour. 

Amsinck, Henry, 185. 

, Paul (the younger), 160. 

(Amsinch), Paul, 127. 

, Wm., 101. 

Amyaud, (see Amian), Charles, 97. 
Ancelin, Daniel, 86. 

Anderson (Andreson), Carsten, 199. 

, Cornelius, 112. 

, Jacob, 197. 

Andie, see Andre. 

Andre (Andre, Andie), Anthony, 149. 

, David, 149. 

, John Lewis, 154. 

, see St. Andre. 

Andreson, see Anderson. 

Andrews, Abraham, 145. 

Angel, George, 125. 

Angell, John, 102. 

Angelras, Annibal, 102. 

, John, 27. 

Angerstein, John Julius, 173. 

Angevin, Zacharie, 33. 

Angillis, James, 47. 

Ansonneau, Elias, 7. 

Appach, John Jacob, 173. 

Arbouin (Arbovin, Arbuin), Francis, 
131. 

, Peter, 36. 

Archelis, Jacob (? Joheb ? Drussgin), 
109. 

Ardesoif, Abraham, 42, 49. 

, Isaac, 168, 



I , Peter, 15. 

Arents, Walter, 93. 

Arfwidsson, Hans, 184. 

Arland, Jean, 101. 

Armand, Fran$ois, 89. 

Armeyden (van Armeydez), Leonard, 
110. 

Arnaud, Claude, 41. 

, Claudiens (Claudius), 96. 

, Elias, 106. 

, William, 120. 

Arnaudin, J. (Jacobus), 79. 

Arnold, John, 104. 

, Mathew, 25, 89. 

Arnolt, John Fredrick, 63. 

Arnouts, Martin, 60. 

Arrivces, Jacobo, 33. 

Arthaud, Catherine, 32. 

, Petro, 32. 

Arthur, Archibald, 1. 

Asand (Ausand), Daniel, 91. 

Asmont, see Osmont. 

Assailly, Catherine, 35. 

, Elizabethe, 35. 

, Marthe, 35. 

Asselinne, Francis, 90. 

Astor, George, 206. 

Attkinson, Jacob, 88. 

Auard, Petrus, 94. 

Aube, see Owby. 

Auber (Aubert) Alexander, 188, and see 
Lauber. 

, Anthony, 148. 

, Claudius, 106. 

, Daniel, 78, 80. 

•, James, 91. 

, Jean, 86. 

, John Baptist, 159. 

, Peter, 51. 

, Rachel, 86. 

, William, 171. 

Aubertin, Peter, 161. 

Aubin, Elizabeth, 7. 

, Margaret, 7. 

, Marie, 7. 

•, Mary, 95. 

, Peter, 7. 



244 



INDEX 



Auboineau (Auboirneau, Auboijneau), 
Gab (Gabriel), 95. 

, Johi, 35. 

Aubrey (Aubery), John Peter, 180. 

, Mathieu, 89. 

Aubrespy, David, 81. 

Audart, Peter, 80. 

Audemar, Andreus, 95. 

Audeffre Anthoine (Antoine), 80. 
Audeoud, Stephen, 78, 79. 

Aueline (Aveline), James, 78, 80. 
Aufrere, Israel Antony, 96. 

Augier, Seigneuron, 21. 

Aumond, David, 107. 

Aumonier (Aumosnier, Aumounier), 
Jacobo, 31. 

, Peter, 87 

, Pierre, 90. 

Aurillon, Johi, 32. 

Auriol, Isaac, 21. 

, James, 143. 

, Peter, 150 

Ausand, see Asand. 

Auschentz, Valentine, 171. 

Auviceau, John, 9. 

Avocat, see Lavocat. 

Aymez (Eymes), Francis, 87. 

Azemar, Stephen, 206. 

Azire (Acere), Jacob, 19. 

, Lewis, 111. 

, Tanneguy, 112. 

Baartman (Baartmans), John, 51. 
Babault, Isaaco, 34. 

, Jerome, 52. 

, Simon Peter, 9. 

Bacalon (Bacalan), Thomas St. Leger 
de, 14. 

, Marie (Susanne) de*St. Leger, 99. 

Bachmair, John Thomas, 110. 

Backer, Cornelius, 125. 

, John, 125. 

Backoffer (Backhofer), John, 5. 

Backs, John Henry, 111. 

— — . Peter, 12. 

Backus, Everard (Gerard), 173. 

Bacon, Joseph, 84. 

Bada, Frederick Emmanuel, 65. 

Bagars, John, 118. 

Bagnal, Simon, 91. 

Bagneol, Peter, 4. 

Baigneau (Baignoux), Anne-Marie, 34. 

, Charles Timothy, 23. 

, Timothy, 34. 

Baile, Daniel, 10. 

, Daniel, 10. 



, Jane, 10. 

, Rebecca, 10. 

Bailhou (Baillou), Marianno, 107. 
Baillehache, John de, 15. 

Baillif (Beillif), Pierre, 90. 

, Tobiah, 115. 

Bailly, (Baylly), John le, 85. 

, Nicholas, 69. 

Baize (Bayze), John, 51. 

Balemann, Peter Henry, 181. 

Baline (Balinier), Francis, 104. 

Ball, James, 22. 

Banal, James, 55, 156. 

Banning, Ernest Bernard, 183. 

Bara, Jone (Johannes), 101. 

Baraille, Peter, 64. 

Baratty (Barratty), Bartholomew, 141. 
— — , Simon, 162. 

Barband ( see Barbauld), Thomas, 141. 
Barbat, John, 55. 

, Samuel, 43, 54. 

Barbauld (see Barband), E. (Ezekiel), 
78, 79. 

Barbie, Paul, 84. 

Barbier, Daniel, 35. 

, Stephen, 118. 

Barbot, Anne, 100. 

, Jacob, 83. 

, James, 80. 

Barbut (Barbat), Frangois, 104, 117. 

, John David, 154. 

, Peter, 66. 

Barcus, Peter, 116. 

Bardewieck, Ernst. 136. 

(Bardewick). Hans, 144. 

Bardou (Bardon), John, 17. 

, Peter, 56, 89. 

Barge, (Borge), Andrew, 108. 

Bargeau, Elias, 18. 

Bargignac, Arnand, 7. 

Baricave, Rose de, 96. 

Baring, John, 129. 

Barkstead (nee Gill), Jane, 1. 

Barle, James, 103. 

Barlimier, William, 83. 

Ilarnerd. Ernesst, 144. 

Barraud, Hath. (Catherine), 112. 

, Phillip, 36. 

Barre, Stephano. 33. 

Bas (Bass, Le Bas), David, 55. 

, Paul Peter le, 16. 

Baschard. Mary, 104. 

Bascoul, William, 88. 

Basement (Bassemont), Mathiew, 87. 
Basfeild (Rasfield), Gerard, 60. 
Baschard, David, 63. 



Basmeny (Basmenet), Mary, 99. 

Basset, Francesco, 33 
, Petro 33. 

Bastide, John Henry de, 114. 

, Lewis Vialetes, 182. 

Bastie, Shadrick, 111. 

Bataille, James, 85, 89. 

, Peter, 89. 

Batard, John Francis, 195. 

Battier, Christopher, 160. 

, John James, 148. 

, John Ralph, 160. 

, Nicholas, 160. 

Baucher, S. (Sampson), 87. 

Baucq (Bacq), Marie, 105. 

Baudemont, Daniel, 85. 

Baurain, John, 70. 

Baudoin (Bawdewin, Baudouin), 
James, 30. 

, Lewis, 50. 

Baufre (Debaufre), Mary de, 102. 
Baumer, Christopher Henry, 166. 
Baumer, sec Bowmer. 

Baumgartner, Jacob Julien, 178. 

, John Lewis, 170. 

Baure (Baur), Jacobo, 32. 

, Michael, 148. 

Baurde, Jean de la, 85. 

Baurin (Beaurin). Pierre, 88. 

Burnand, Paul, 179. 

Bayeux, Thome, 34. 

Baynoux (Baignoux), Anne, 102. 
Bazalgette, Louis, 199. 

Bazin, Antoine, 184. 

, John Isaac, 155. 

Bazire, Guillaume, 87. 

Beauchaigne, Pierre, 82. 

Beaufills (Beaufils). John. 12. 

, sec Dufour. 

Beaufitz (Beaufils), 36. 

Beaufort, Daniel, 145. 

Beaulieu. Henry, 29. 

Beault, John. 56. 

Beaumortier. Rene Letoumeau de, 19. 
Beaune (Beune), David Henry de. 184. 

, Jacob, 20. 

, Jaque, 87. 

Beaurin, see Baurin. 

Beauvais, Jean Frangois, 82. 

Bebber, James Van, 109. 

Beck. Justus. 3. 

, Rupert, 57. 

Beckman, Nicholas Francis, 170 
Becque, Solomoni de la. 33. 

, Solomoni, junr., 33. 

i , Lodovico, 33. 



INDEX 



245 



Becquet (Bequet), Robert, 85. j 

Bedora, Peter, 36. 

Beeck, see Van Beeck. 

Begon, John Andrew, 145. 

Beisselaer (Bersselaer), Hendrick, 103. j 

I'- , Henry, 103. 

Bekz, Ludwig Stortz von, 130. 

Belard, John, 15. 

Belauger, Jacobus, 94. 

Bellamy, Peter Francis, 98. 

Bellereau, Jacobo, 33. 

Bellet, Isaac, 25. 

Belliville (Belleville), John, 10. 

Belliard, Charles, 142. 

Bel Isle (Bell’Isle, de l’lsle), Isaac, 82. 
Belin, Alard, 22. 

Bellett, Isaac, 29. 

Belot, John (Jean Beloc), 111. 

Belton, Jonas, 100. 

Beltz, Jacob, 185. 

Belveze, Peter, 11. 

Bemin, Maria (Mary Berrin), 112. 
Benbeuf (Brinbeuf), Madelene, 100. 
Bendelack, Joseph, 177. 

Beneeh, Peter, 107. 

Benezech, Peter, 198. 

Benezet, James, 132. 

John Stephen, 134. 

Benjoin, George, 200. 

Bennett, David Nowett, 19. 

, Hester Deborea, 98. 

Benoit (Benoist), Gideon, 21. 

, Jacob, 82. 

[■ , Joseph, 83. 

Benouad (Benovad), Jane, 10. 

, Stephen, 10, 18. 

Benson, Cornelius, 119. 

Bentinck (nee Van Serooskerken), 
Renira, 169. 

Beonard, Barthelemy (Nathaniel 
Bernard), 79. 

Beouin (Boevin), Peter, 90. 

.Beranger, Moses, 103. 

, Philipe, 91, 99. 

Berauld (Beraud), Gratian, 116. 

* , Jacob, 8. 

Berchere, Magdalene, 30. 

Berckenhaut, Abraham, 70. 

• , Benjamin, 128. 

, John, 129. 

Berck, Gerhard, 183. 

Berens, Hermanus, 137. 

, John, 162. 

Berg ( and see Van Denbergh), Chris- 
toffer, 102. 

, Gunder 96. 



Bergean, Peter, 105. 

Bergen, Ludwig van (Lud .... burgh), 
109. 

Bergerau, Olimpic, 32. 

Bergman, Daniel, 199 
Bergne John, 200. 

Berguer, David, 199. 

Berkhan (?Birkson), John, 108. 
Bernard (Bernand, and see Beonard), 
Herman, 142. 

, Marie Ann (Anne), 103. 

, Petre, 83. 

, Pierre, 92. 

, Simeon, 79. 

Bernardeau (Bernadeauld), Daniel, 6. 

, James, 83. 

Berner, Charles, 107. 

Berniere (Berniera), John August, 112, 
Bernier, see Pitt. 

Bernin, Peter, 95. 

Berquier, see Le Berquier. 

Berru-Rous (Berry Rous), John, 135. 
Bersselaer (Berslaer, Berselaw), Henry. 
6 . 

, John, 109. 

Bert, Peter, 98. 

Bertet, James, 114. 

Bertheau, Ch. (Carolus), 78, and see 
Bortaut. 

Berthe, Carolo Augusto, 32. 

Berthe Lene, Jacque (Jacobus Berthe- 
zene), 82. 

Bertin, Andrew, 54. 

, Joseph, 116. 

Matthew, 12. 

Bertrand (Bertran), Anthony, 153. 

, Charles, 155. 

, D. (Daniel), 88. 

, Nichouas, 81. 

, Thome, 34. 

Bertraut, Thomas, 94. 

Berville, Janies Nehon de, 166. 
Beryman, Casper, 63. 

Beschefer (Bischofer), James, 47. 
Besnard, Philippe, 185. 

Beteilhe, Francis, 19. 

Beth (Both), Antaoine (Antoine), 92. 
, Noe, 78. 

Bethmann, Simon Maurice, 202. 
Beuzeville, Stephen, 177. 

Beveridge, Mary, 96. 

Beviere, Lewis, 10. 

Bey, Heinrich (Henricus Beys), 94. 
Beyer (Beijer), Theodorus Martinus 
Mispelblom, 185. 

Bezard, Peter, 19. 



Bibal, Jems. (James) (Jacobus), 91. 
Bichart, see Richart. 

Bichner, Otto, 205. 

Bichot, Peter, 92. 

Bicnassy, John, 141. 

Bidet, Michel, 83. 

Bidot, William, 37. 

Bierbaum (Birnbaum), Julius George, 
194. 

Bigot, Charles, 180. 

, Gilles (Johannes), 88. 

• -, Isaac, 16. 

Bihoreau, see S’Amour. 

Bielfeld, Henry, 157. 

Billers, William, 178. 

Billet, John Claudius, 187. 

Billfoy, John, 79. 

Bilion, Abrahe, 34. 

Billon, Abraham, 80. 

, John David, 144., 

, Peter, 115. 

Billot, Charles, 8. 

, Francisco Lewis, 8. 

Bincarlelet, Jacob, 8. 

Bindheisen, John George, 181. 

Binet, Jacobo, 35. 

Bintsan, see Pentham. 

Bion, Ludovico, 130. 

Birc, Julian, 97. 

Biroleau, Alexis, 88. 

Biron, Charles Michel, Viscomte Gon- 
tault St. Blanchard, 208. 

Bissiere, Anthony, 119. 

, Marck Anthony, 120. 

Bisson, Henr. (Henri), 106, and see 
Du Bisson. 

Bize, Emanuel Philip, 161. 

, John Francis Gabriel, 164. 

Blache, John Francis, 165. 

Blackman (and see Bleckman) Richard, 

101. 

Blagny, Jacob de la Motte, 98. 

, Marie de There de, 100. 

Blanc (le Blanc, Blond), Albert le, 16. 

, Charles, 70. 

, James, 58. 

, John (Jean), 112. 

, Peter le, 12, 25. 

, Rodolph le, 111. 

Blanchard ( and see Blenehart), Abra- 
ham, 86. 

, Isaac, 116. 

, John, 100. 

, John, junr., 100. 

, Josias, 86. 

, Petro, 130. 



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INDEX 



Blanchenay, Francis, 194. 
Blanekenhagen, Justus, 169. 

, Theophilus Christian, 175. 

Blankert, Isaac, 60. 

Blaquiere (Blaquieret), John, 80. 

, John Peter, 139, 157. 

, Jacob, 155. 

Blaurock, Charles, 206. 

Blauuw (Blaauw), Marie Anne (Maria 
Ann), 203. 

, Willem, 194. 

Bleckman (Blackman), Salomon, 102. 
Bleiberg, Isaac, 97. 

Blenchart (and sec Blanchard), Johi, 
33. 

Blense, Anthony, 92. 

Blisson, Noah, 139. 

Blois, Lewis de, 63. 

Blomberg, Frederick Charles Augustus, 
153. 

Blond (le Blond, le Blon, and see 
Blanc), Daniel, 9. 

, Sir John Charles, 147. 

, Peter le, 105. 

, (Blonc, Blano), Peter, 86. 

Blondet, Eliz (Eliaz), 34. 

, Johi, 34. 

Blosset, Paul de, 37. 

, Solomon, 69. 

Blydesteyn, Abraham, 141. 

Blydesteijn, John, 128. 

Bobert, Benjamin, 104. 

Boccius, Frederick Gottlieb, 199. 
Bockholt (Booxholt), Christian, 16. 

, John, 146. 

Boequet (and see Bouquet), Jacob, 88. 

, Madelain, 101. 

Bode, Geredt (Gerhardt), 62. 

Bodecker, Augustus William, 200. 
Bodisco, Frederick, 13. 

Bodker, Henry, 98. 

Boehm, Mathew, 63. 

Boetefeur, Abraham, 123. 

, Bernard Joachim, 147. 

, John Jochim, 123. 

, Peter, 176. 

Bohman, John Gabriel, 132. 

Boileau, Peter, 202. 

Bois (Dubois), Elisabet den, 102. 
Boisnard, John, 9. 

Boisragon (Boyragon), Lewis Chavel- 
leau de, 65. 

, Lewis de, 15. 

Boisronde, Hector de St. Legier de, 

111 . 



, Henry de St. Leger, 28. 

, Samuel St. Legier de, 46. 

Boisset, Henry, 90. 

Boissier (Boissiere), Gaspard, 130. 

, John, 127. 

, John de la, 113. 

, Peter, 90. 

Boit, Charles, 66. 

Boiteux, Abraham, 90. 

Bolinaye, Armand, Marquis de la, 208. 
Bolongier, see Boulonger. 

Bollmann, Christian Henry, 205. 
Bomer (Baumer), John, 83. 

Bon (le Bon, and see Bons), Paul 
(Peaule Lebon), 112. 

Bonapace, Francis Louis, 196. 
Bonnaire, Jacob de, 81. 

Bonnaux, see Bonneaux. 

Bonnefoy, Petro, 32. 

Bonnet (Bonnett), David, 14, 21. 

(Bonnett), Lewis, 59, 105. 

, Peter, 157. 

Bonneaux (Bonnaux), Alexander de 
Roure des, 8, 99. 

Bonnevaux, Peter Daille, 185. 

Bonifas, Paul, 155. 

Bonnin (? Bounin), C. (Cesar), 102. 
Bonouries, Andrew, 22. 

Bons (and see Bon), Henry de, 194. 
Boon, Adolph, 164. 

, Henry, 127. 

Boquet, see Boequet, Bouquet. 

Bord, John, 107. 

Bordes, Desete des, 98. 

, Isaac, 20. 

Borgard, Albert, 94. 

Borge, see Barge. 

Borgwall, Jacob, 96. 

Boreau, see Bourreau. 

Borel, Abram Henry, 206. 

, Henry, 206. 

, Louis, 206. 

Bornman, Augustin Christ(ian), 104. 
Boronneau (Baronneau), Benjamino, 33. 
Bortaut (Bertaut), Alexander, 100. 
Bosanquet, John, 12. 

Boscawen, Charlotte, 11. 

Boscher, Georgius, 95. 

Bosh (Bos), Catherine, 108. 

Bosquain (Bosquaine), Adam, 58. 

, John, 142. 

Bosy, Abraham, 9. 

, Elias, 9. 

, Isaac, senr., 9. 

, Isaac, junr., 9. 

, John, 9. , 



Botreau (Botrau), Jean, 80. 

Bottger, John Christian, 92. 

Bouabel, John, 94. 

Bouche (Bouche), James, 54. 

, Louis, 104. 

, Salomon, 89. 

Bouchereau, Amateur, 23. 

Boucher (Bouher), Andrew, 30. 

, Ann (Anna), 101. 

, Charles, 151. 

— — -, John, 130, 145. 

, Theodore, 121. 

Bouchet, see Du Bouchet, Bouche, 
Boucher. 

Bouchetiere, Charles la, 117. 

, Charles Janvre de la, 95. 

Boudet, Lawrence, 14. 

Boudon, David, 26, 42, 52. 

Boue, Alexander Charles, 203. 

Bouer, Joseph, 132. 

Bouher, see Boucher. 

Bouess, Samuel, 164. 

Bouillon, Isabel, 177. 

Bouilly, Guillaume, 104, and see Bovilly. 
Bouisett (Buisett), John, 53. 

Boulew, (Joh(ann)es, 106. 

Boulon, John, 50. 

Boulonger (Bolongier, Boullanger), 
Carolo, 34. 

, Jean, 78, 79. 

Boulonniere, John de la, alias Dela- 
grange, 62. 

Boumeester, Daniel, 153. 

Bouneau, Andreas, senr. 

, Andreas, junr. 

, Jacob. 

, Jane. 

, Magdalin. 

, Marie. 

, Susanna. 

Bouquet ( and see Boequet), Abrahamus, 
89. 

Bourbel, Antoine Raoul Henry, Comte 
de Montpinson, 208. 

Bourceau, David, 90. 

Bourdeau, Isaac, 82. 

, Janne (Johannes), 101. 

Bourdillon, Gedeon, 144. 

Bourdon, Isaac, 42, 49. 

, Peter, 79. 

Bourlionne, Maurice, 51. 

Boureau, see Bourreau. 

Bourgeaud, John, 56. 

Bourget (and see Bourquet), John, 123. 

, Stephen, 146. 

Bourgevin, James, 88. 



INDEX 



247 



j Bourquet, James, 69. 

Bourreau (Boreau), Daniel, 8. 

Bourrely, John, 120. 

Bourssaux, Cha. (Charles Bourceau), 
112. 

Bousquet, James (John), 52. 

I — — , John, 41, 176. 

Boussac, Moses, 8. 

Boutecourt, Elizabeth, 95. 

Boutillier, Laur. (Laurent), 92. 
Boutineau, Stephano, 35. 

Bouuott (Bouvot), Anne, 99. 

, Peter, 62. 

Bouvar, James, 87. 

, Peter, 80. 

Bouvet, Adrien, 84. 

Bouvot, see Bouuott. 

Bouwens, James Charles Philip, 202. 
Bouy (Bouys), Peter, 119. 

Bouynau (Bouyneau), Elie, 95. 

- — , Hely, 31. 

Bovey, see Bovyill. 

Bovilly, Paul, 64, and see Bouilly. 
Bovyill (Bovey), Gerrard, 83. 

Bowler, Emanuel, 150. 

Bowman, John Christian, 196. 

, (Baumann), Henry, 40. 

Bowmer (omd see Baumer), John, 5. 

, Michael, 5. 

Boyer, Abel, 43, 49. 

, Henry, 23. 

, Isaac, 15. 

, John, 15. 

, Marie, 31, 89. 

• , Peter, 25, 82. 

Boyes (Bowes), Nicholas, 58. 
Boyragon, see Boisragon. 

Braamhorse, Antonij, 91. 

Brakel (Brackell), Adrien van, 54. , 

Brande, Augustin Everard, 189. 

, Christiano Henrick, 130. 

Brandenburgh, John Frederick, 168. 
Brander, Charles, 52. 

, Laurence, 111. 

Brandon, Jacob, 136. 

, Jacob Israel, 177. 

, Joshua Israel, 147. 

, Moses Nunes (Joseph Henrique), 

145. 

, Raphael, 179. 

Brandt, Charles Frederick, 196. 

, Nicholas, 162. 

Branel (Brunei), John, 15. 

Branier ( and see Brunier), Abeli, 32. 
Bras (Brasse), Walter Nicholas, 30. 
Brassard, Gabriel, 81. 



, Mark, 116. 

Brasseley (Brassalay, Bracelet), Jean, 
81. 

Brathwait, Mary Elizabeth, 43, 47. 
Braun, John, 93. 

Bravo, Abraham, 124. 

, Beniamin, 124. 

Brebauld (Brabaud), Charles, 111. 
Bremer, Charles Frederick, 189. 
Bressau, Petro Jaillard, 130, 

Brethaver (Brethauer), John, 60. 
Bretonniere, Henrieste (Henriesto), de 
la, 100. 

Breton, Paul, 46, 113. 

Breuon (Breven), Franchise de, 98. 
Brewer, Heymand (Hymen), 52. 

Brissac (Brisac), Daniel, 16. 

, James, 58. 

, Peter, 29, 69. 

Brisson, Jacob, 78. 

Bristow (Bristowe), Anne Judith, 139. 
Briand, Charles Soloman, 61. 

Briant, John, 158. 

Brigaud (Brigauld), Stephen, 21, 36 
Brinbceuf, Vincent, 82. 

Brinckman, John Richard, 144. 
Brinihol, David, 56. 

Briot, John, 25. 

Brise, see Brysett. 

Brocasc, Gabriel, 16 

, John, 43. 

Brodeau, Petrus, 106. 

Broeders (Brocders), Adriaan, 95. 
Brohier, Ciro, 35. 

, Johi, 32. 

Brose (Labrosse), Oliver Rapiat la, 20. 
Brossard, Abraham, 37. 

, Elias, 5. 

Brasses (Des Brasses), Henry), 63. 

, Jacobo, 30. 

Brotherson, Peter Frere, 133. 

Brouard, Philip, see Coussaye. 
Brouchet (Brochet), Francis, 8. 

Brouck (Bruik), Adryan van, 100. 
Broughton, Anna Elizabeth (nee de 
Hertogh), 139. 

Broulhet, Paul, 131. 

Brousses (Bousset), William, 98 (and 
see Bruse). 

Brovett (Brouet), James, 42 
Broyel, Herman, 135. 

Brozet (Brouzet), Anne, 33. 

, Catherine, 33. 

, Francis, 154. 

, Peter, 68. 

Broward, Alette, 33. 



Browet, James, 81. 

Brown (Browne), Anne Tomalinde, 107. 

, George, 29. 

, James, 20. 

Brucker, George, 168. 

Bruckman, Georgio Carolo, 130. 

■, Johi Theor. (Theodor), 130. 

-, Theodor, senr., 130. 

Bruges, see de Bruges. 

Brugnier, see Burrowes. 

Bruguier, John, 17. 

Brule, Samuel, 79. 

Brun, Jacob, 86. 

Bruneau, John, 126. 

Brunei, see Branel. 

Brunet, Mary, 100. 

, Peter, 82. 

Brunier ( and see Branier, Brunyer), 
James, 21. 

Bruningk, John Justin, 141. 

Bruniquel (Bruniqill), Abraham, 17. 

, James, 79. 

Brunswick, Christopher, 21. 

Brunt, Simon, 109. 

Brunyer (and see Brunier), Abel, 93. 
Brus, John, 101. 

Bruse (Bruce de Bruse, and see 
Brousses), 30. 

, Charles, 29. 

, Charles Johan, 25. 

, de Isaac, 4. 

, James, 2. 

, Peter de, 4. 

Bruset, John, 56. 

Bryan, Augusta Maria Louisa, 207. 
Bryand, Phillip, 64. 

Brysett (Bryset, Brise), Daniel, 92. 
Bucaille, John, 20. 

Buck, Peter, 131. 

Buckwald (Buywolt), Districh (Din- 
drich), 110. 

Budiani, Nicholas, 37. 

Buer, William Urban, 186. 

Buffard (Buffar), James, 25, 42, 46. 

, John, 42, 58. 

Buhl, John, 185. 

Buisset, Jeremie, 103. 

Buissieres (Buissiere), Anirew Girar 
dot, 145. 

, Benjamin, 54. 

— - — , John, 69. 

, Peter, 54. 

Buisson (Dubuisson), James, 81. 

, Peter Grotest, 54.- 

Bulaud (Butaud, or Butand), Zaeharia, 
20, 31. 



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Bull, Bartold, 139. 

, John, 62. 

Bund, Frederick, 152. 

Buor, Charles, 119. 

Burboze, Domingos, 114. 

Bureau, Josie, 9. 

, Phillip, 22. 

, Thomas, 3. 

Burger, Phillip, 59. 

Buriau (Bureau), Ann, 102. 

Burjaud, Judy (Juditha), 100. 
Burmester, Arnold Michael, 196. 

, Hieronymus Henry, 168. 

Burnet, William, 45. 

Burr, Daniel, 121, 124, 129. 

, Daniel, 124, 129. 

, Elizabeth, 124, 129. 

, Frederick, 124, 129. 

, John, 120. 

, Rebecca, 124, 129. 

, Sofia, 124, 129. 

Burrowes (nee Brugnier), Mary Anne 
Amelie, 169. 

Bursott, James, 22. 

Busch, Hendrich, 95. 

Buscarelet, Johi, 31. 

Busigny, Victor, 179. 

Busk (Basque), Jacob Hansson, 129. 

, John, 84. 

Bustin, Henry, 20. 

Butand (Butaud), John, 63. 

Butaud or Butand, see Bulaud. 

Buteux, Jean, 87. 

Buttner, John Mathew, 138. 

Buywolt, see Buckwald. 

Buzaglo, Abraham, 175. 

, Jacob, the younger, 177. 

Buzelin (Beuzelin), Francis, 44. 

Byfield, Richard, 91. 

Cabanes (and see Chabane), Francisce, 
31. 

, Jacobo, 31. 

, Johi, 31. 

Cabanis, Paul, 114. 

Cabibel, Anne, 10, 98. 

, Peter, 16, 69, 84. 

Cabille, John, 84. 

Chabaudi, Philipe, 96. 

Cace, Philipe, 84. 

Cadet, James, 83. 

, James, junr., 83. 

Cadogan, Margareta Cecilia, 44. 
Cadour, John, 43, 47. 

Cahuac (Cahusac), Bertrand, 60. 

, James, 140. 



, Zachary, 140. 

Caillaud, Danieli, 32, 59. 

Cailleau (Caillaux), Anthoinette, 111. 

, Jacob, 90. 

Cailleux, Michel, 90. 

Cailler, John Daniel, 173. 

Caillon, Anthony, 15. 

Cailloud (Caillouel), Isaac, 25. 

Caillot (Cailot), Abraham, 84. 

Cailloiie, James, 98. 

Caillovel (Caillouel), Isaac, 37, and see 
Cailloud. 

Cain, see La Cain. 

Calandrin (Caladrins), Francis, 100. 
Callifies, Peter, 140. 

Calmac (Cahuac), John, 145. 

Calmel, John, 86. 

, Pierre, 103. 

Callu (Callie), Peter, 30. 

Cambes, J. (Henry), 81. 

Camin, John, 37. 

Camp, Philip David, 127. 

Campeart (Campart), Isaac, 85. 
Camper, Peter Everhard, 191. 

Campos, Rebecce de, 138. 

Camu, Zacharie, 84. 

Canale, Samuel (Thorold), 173. 

Canet (Cannet), Daniel, 119. 

Cankrien, John Christopher, 202. 
Cannen, Noe, 92. 

Canon, Abraham, 10. 

, Andreas, 10. 

Cante, Esther, 33. 

, Ludovico, 33. 

Cantin, Moses, 10. 

Cappadoce (Capadose), Abraham de 
Joseph, 145. 

, Aaron, 168. 

, George, 179. 

, Joseph, 159. 

Capon, Jean, 105. 

, Peter, 123. 

Capreol, Peter, 158. 

Cardoso, see Cordoso. 

Carbonell, John Stephen, 139* 

Carel (Carl), Andrew Coltee du, 138. 

, James Coltee du, 138. 

, Jeanne Coltee du, 127. 

, Mary, 99. 

Carmerold (Kermrode), John Melchior, 
107. 

Carpenter, see Zimmerman. 

Carrier (Carriere), Francois, 100. 

, Nicolas, 91. 

, Susannes, 105. 

Carries, Moses, 117. 



Cartier, John, 123. 

Carvalho, Jacob Diaz de, 133. 
Casamajor, Daniel, 78. 

Casier, John, 10. 

Cassau (Cassan), Govert, 165. 

, Stephen, 42, 51. 

Cassel, Jacobo, de, 31. 

, Jacobo, 31. 

, Sare, 31. 

Casso, Daniel, 102. 

Castaignet (Castagnos), James, 96. 
Castanier, Aldebert, 118. 

Castel, see du Castel. 

Castelfrank, Abel de, 16. 

Castenet, Ezekiel, 69. 

Castera, John Louis, 201. 

Casting, Charles, 104. 

Castro, Salomon de, 123. 

Cattaneo, Horace, 183. 

Caubett (Caubet), Judith, 112. 
Caucaret, John, 63. 

Cauche (Bauche), Daniel, 83. 

Caudier, Peter, 69. 

Caudole, Francis de, 114. 

Caulet, Francis, 38. 

, Gideon, 130. 

, James, 137. 

, James, 137. 

, John, 137. 

, Mark, 137. 

Caussen (Causson), Francis, 122. 

, John, 11. 

, Peter, junr., 149. 

Caux. James de, 13, 38. 

Cavalier, Solomon, 117. 

Cavaly, Francisco, 114. 

Cayran, Francis, 117. 

Cazalet, John, 12. 

, Stephen, 116. 

Cazals, Johi, 31. 

Cazenove, Charles Henry, 186. 

, Charles Theophilus, 195. 

, Frederick, 176. 

, James, 184. 

, John Henry, 162. 

Cazettes, Alexander, 115. 

Celeries, John, 96. 

Cene, Michel Charles le, 105. 

Cengolie (Cengoli), Abraham, 205. 
Centjes (Gentjes), Henry, 147. 
Centlivers (Centlivres), Henry, 52. 
, John, 183. 

Cerjat, Jean Fran$ois Maximilien de, 
155. 

Cext, John James, 44. 

Chabane (and see Cabane), James, 100. 



INDEX 



249 



I’ , Peter, 117. 

Chabanel, Lewis, 150. ^ 

Chabaud ( and see Chabot), Jacob, 6. 

* , James, 119. 

Chabot ( and see Chabaud), George, 38. 

‘ , Petrus, 94. 

Chabosseau, Elias, 8. 

Chabrier, Anthony, 115. 

Chabrol, John, 66. 

Chacon, Isaac de Castro, 168. 

Chaieler ( and see Chaille, Chalie, 
t Chaillet), Moses, 9. 

Chaigneau, John, 22. 

r , Mathias, 23. 

I , Peter, 23. 

Chaille (Chaillet, and see Chaieler, 
Chalie), Helie (Elias), 92. 

Chaillet, Rodolff Nicholas, 164. 

Chalie, James, 137. 

It , John, 131. 

Challes, David, 38. 

Challeur, John le, 11. 

Chamier (Chamer), Madeleine, 100. 

B- — , Marianne, 105. 

Champagne, Jacobo, 32. 

j, , Jean, 104. 

Champars, Peter Arabin, 92. 
Champfleury, John de, 16. 

Champion, Jacob, 9. 

Chancourt, John Girardot de, 145. 
Chandler, George, 191. 

, Maria, 191. 

Chanson, Anthoine, 88. 

Chapellier (Chapelleir), David, 37. 

B , Isaac, 21. 

Chapuy (Chapny), Bernard, 119. 
Charbonneau, Jacobus, 94. 

Chardon, James, 52. 

Charien, Isaac, 22. 

Charlesson, Laurence, 169. 

- Charmes (Charm), Helene de, 100. 

t , Margarette, 33. 

I ! , Petrus, 94. 

I , Simoni de, 33. , 

I t , Sarau, 33. 

j- , Susanne, 33. 

• , Susanne, junr., 33. 

Charnaud, James, 185. 

, Jean, 163. 

Charpentier, Anne, 31. 

| , Francesca, 31. 

I' , Gideon Ernest, 185. 

j ■ , John, 31. 

Charretie, John Isaac, 199. 

Charriere (Charrier), Benjamin, l 10. 
Charrieu, Benjamin de, 7. 



Charron, Paul, 98. 

Chaslaigner, Henrietta Mary, 2. 
Chassereau (Chassereaud), Francis, 146. 

, Jacob, 80. 

, Peter, 187. 

Chastre, Louis, Comte de la (Colonel), 
208. 

Chatellier (Chastellier), James, 95. 

, Peter, 99. 

Chatine, see de Roche. 

Chatry, Daniel de la Fosse, 36. 

Chaulx, see de Chaulx. 

Chausse, Daniel, 82. 

Chauvel, James, 70. 

, John, 66. 

Chauvet, James, 194. 

, Lewis, 150. 

Chavelleau, see Boisragon. 

Chef d’Hostel de la Roche, Francis, 27. 
Chemant, Nicholas Dubois de, 207. 
Chemina, Daniel, 94. 

Chenu, Anne, senr. and junr., 31. 

— — , Elizabeth, 31. 

, Michael, 31. 

, Nicholao, 31. 

Cherembault, see Clerembault. 

Cheron, Ludovico (Louis), 32, 99. 
Chesne, see du Chesne. 

Chevallier (Chevalier), Francis, 92. 

- — — , Gabriel, 53. 

, Peter, senr. and junr., 9. 

, Samuel, 9. 

, (Chevalier), Gabriel, 53. 

, John, 139. 

, John James le, 169. 

, Marie Magdelaine, 182. 

Chevillard, John, 86. 

Chewutt (Chomes ?), Nicholas, 111. 
Child, Josiah, 164. 

Chinay, Mari de la, 98. 

Choiseul, Jean Baptiste Armand de, 
196. 

Choisy, Cesari de, 34. 

, Francisce, 34. 

■ - , Johi, 34. 

Chollet, Samuel, 164. 

Cholmondeley, Elizabeth, 26. 

Chouabe, Peter le, 102. 

Choumert, George, 206. 

Chovett (Chauvet), Rachel, 112. 

Chrest, James, 129. 

Chrestian (Christian), Abraham, 53. 
Chrieten (Chestian, Chinten, Chretien), 
88. 

Christopherson, John Henry, 190. 
Chupain, Elisee (Elisha), 85. 



Cigala, Viscount (Visconte), 112. 

Clapie, see de Clapie. 

Clapot, Edmond, 86. 

Clark (Clarck, Clarke, Clerke), John 
Adam, 93. 

, Katherine, 61. 

, Peter, 116. 

Clarmont, Gabriel, 149. 

— — , Matthew, 130. 

Clason, John, junr., 138. 

Clausade, John, 116. 

Claverie (Claveris), John, 61, 98. 

Clavis (Clavius), James, 111. 

, Martha, 112. 

, Samuel, 62. 

Clayhills, John, 92. 

Clerembault (Clarembault, Cherem- 
bault), Anthony, 29. 

, Judith, 103. 

Clerc, see Le Clerc. 

Clerke, see Clark. 

Cleve, Augustin de, 27. 

Cley, Samuel, 142. 

Clifford, George, 158. 

Cloon, see Van Cloon. 

Clouseaux, Susanna des, 99. 

Clousy, Martin du, 118. 

Clusell, see La Combe. 

Cock (Cocq), Gerardus, 109. 

, Laurence, 119. 

Cocker, Henry, 6. 

Coele, Hendrick, 106. 

Coeslager, Simon, 64. 

Cogigian, Stephan, 151. 

Cognard, Lucq, 30. 

Cohl (Gold), John Christoph., 144. 
Coindreau, Joseph, 21. 

Cole, John Meric, 29. 

Colebrant, Christian, 46. 

Coleman, Mary, 12. 

Colladon, Suzanne Marie, 34. 

Collema, Anna van, 94. 

, Joh(ann)es van, 94. 

Collett, Daniel, 11. 

, Peter, 96. 

Colli, Charles, 143. 

Collignon, William Henry, 190. 

Coin, see van Coin. 

Colome (Colombe, Colom), Hery de 
St., 101. 

, John, 63. 

, John James, 15. 

, Philip, 198. 

Colombies, Anthony, 149. 

Collomby, Jacob Frideric, 87. 

Combe, see la Combe. 



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INDEX 



Comarque, James, 115. 

, (de Comarque), John, 49. 

Combe, see La Combe. 

Combetes, Anthony, 136. 

Combeeroze, Peter, 29. 

Commenge, Abraham, 91. 

Commang, John, 30. 

Commerell, Frederick William, 152. 

, John Uric, 155. 

Commun, see Conum. 

Compaigne (Complaigne), Paul, 98. 
Compars, Petro Arabin, 34. 

Compigne, John, 101. 

, Michael, 78, 80. 

Compte, see Conte, La Conte, Le Conte. 
Conseillere, Benjn. Demeherene de la, 
99. 

Constantien, Hardwick, 160. 
Constantin, John, 15. 

Conte, see le Conte. 

Conyer, Isaac, 86. 

Conte (and see La Conte, Le Conte), 
Davidi le, 32. 

, Jacobo le, 31, 32. 

, James le, 82. 

, Jean Fridry (Frederick), 96. 

Contesse, Claudde, 110. 

(Coutesse), Noe, 63. 

Conum (Commun), Margueritte du, 

111 . 

Conyer, Alexander, 36. 

Cooper, Herman, 95. 

Coq, see Le Coq. 

Coqusante, Samuel, 113. 

Corbeau (Corban), Esaiah, 78, 80. 

, Susanne, 78, 80. 

Corbetes (Corbette), John, 118. 

, Louis, 98. 

Corbiere, James, 97. 

, John James, 16. 

Corcho, Jacob Alvarez, 152. 

, Judith Alvarez, 152. 

, Judith Alvarez (spinster), 152. 

, Sarah Alvarez, 152. 

Cordes (Cordet), Jacobus, 94. 

, Jean, 87. 

, see Cordet. 

Cordoso (Cardoso), Gasper, 5. 

Corcos, Joshua, 145. 

Cormier, Jacobus, 11. 

Cormonts, Charles, 117. 

Corneille, John, 41, 46. 

Cornelison, Christianus, 106. 

— Henry, 121. 

Cornet, Balthazar, 32, 60. 

, James, 22. 



, John, 6. 

Cornabe, Rene, 161. 

Corniquet, Petre, 84. 

Cornud, John Peter, 169. 

Corre, Godfry, 60. 

Correjolles, Isaac, 138. 

Corso, John, 8. 

Corthym, Henry Augustus, 204. 
Cortissos, Abrahams, 133. 

Cossart, Charles, 7. 

Costa (and see Coste), Abrahamo da, 
123. 

, Benjamin Mendes da, 126, 131. 

, Fernandes Jacob da, 123. 

, Gabriel, Drunes Da, 205. 

, Jacob Mendez de, 43, 124, 126. 

— — , John Mendes da, 124. 

, Johi da, 131. 

, Joseph Mendes da, 126. 

, Mariana Mendes da, 126. 

, Mosi Mendes, 136. 

, Samuel Mendes da, 126. 

, Sarah Mendes da, 126. 

Costabadie, John, 52. 

Costebadie, Jacob, 57. 

Costerbadie, Mary, 107. 

Coste ( and see Costa, Couste, La 
Coste), John de la, 107. 

, Peter, 42. 

Costris, Stephen, 117. 

Cotelle, Daniel, 78. 

Cotreau, John, 9. 

Cottet, Isaac, 83. 

Cottin, John, 29. 

, John Daniel, 143. 

, Josias, 139. 

Couche, Jacob, 83. 

Couche, Peter, 100. 

Couchy, Esaye, 34. 

Conde, see Longchamps. 

Coude, Lewis de la, 17. 

— — , see De la Coude. 

Coughen, John, 92. 

Coughet (Couget), Anthony, 58. 
Couillard, Augustin, 98. 

, Charles, 6. 

, John Simon, 98. 

, Samuel, 97. 

Coulant (Coulan), John James, 107. 
Coules, Jean, 96. 

Counor, J. (John), 90. 

Counreu ( ?) (Couner), Bernardine, 92. 
Coupe, Susenne (Susanna), 101. 

Courant, Charles Louis, 150. 

Courehay (Courchais, Courchey), John, 
84. 



Courc-he, Jaques, 87. 

Coureau (and see Courrand), John, 10. 
Courrand (and see Coureau), Francis, 4. 
Court (Cour, and see Lacourt, Le 
Court), Allard de la, 95. 

, David de la, 111. 

(Delacourt), John, 50. 

Courtin, Abraham, 6. 

Courtois, Nicholas, 31. 

Courtonne, James, 36. 

Coussaye, Philip Brouard de la, 10. 
Cousseau, Peter, 113. 

Coussiratt, Mariane, 37, 112. 

, Peter, 37. 

Coussmaker, Agnes (nee Kops), 137. 

— — , John de, 42, 50. 

Couste (and see Coste), Daniel, 54. 
Coute, see La Conte. 

Coutin, Judithe, 30. 

, Margarette, 30. 

Coutris, Mary, 101, 103. 

Couvreux (Couvreur), John Martin, 12. 
Couyquet (and see Gouyquet), Margaret, 
46. 

Cramer, Mark, 148. 

Creauton, Oliver Mocquot de, 66. 
Crepigny, Peter Champion de, 50. 

, Thomas Champion de, 52. 

Crespin, Daniel, 132. 

Crespn (Crespin), Paulo, 130. 
Cresserons, see Fanu. 

Cressett, Louise Marie, 40. 

Crette, John Anthony, 92. 

Creuze, James de la, 135, and see Croze. 
Cridelauze, James, 82. 

Crocheront, Johi, 33. 

, (Crochereux), Nicholas, 10. 

Crohare ( ? Croharill), Daniel, 99. 

Croix, see La Croix and Croy. 

Crov (Croix), John La Coste de, 120. 
Croker, John Gotheb, 63. 

Crommelin (Cromlin), Jacobus (James), 

110 . 

, Mark Anthony, 55. 

Cromer, Jacob, 6. 

Cross (Crosse), Jacob, 30. 

Crottier, sec Desmaretz. 

Crouay (Crovay), Jeanne (Johannes), 
de, 100. 

Crouze, Susanne Narbonne de la, 103. 
Croze, Anthony Marie, de la, 60, and. 

see Creuze, La Croze. 

Crozes, Isaac, 114. 

Crucefix, Robert, 36. 

Cruciger, Andrew, 51. 

Crull, .Brant, 56. 



f— — - — ’ 

Crutzter (Grutzler), Tho., 110. 

Cruyger (Krueger or Kruger), John, 8. 
Cuchet, Alexander, 95. 

, James Isaac, 102. 

Cudde (Cudd), John, 60. 

Curchod, John Francis, 177. 

Curry, Elias, 179. 

Curt, Louis de, 199. 

Cyprianus, Abr. (Abr[ahm]as), 104. 

D’Abbadie, Francis, 144. 

L — , John Baptist, 159. 

Dabjac (Dabzac), Henry, 15. 

Da Berlin, Daniel, 116. 
da Costa, see Costa. 

Dael, Jonas, 165. 

Da Fonseca, see Fonseca. 

D’Agar, Charles. 

Dagardin, David, 91. 

D’Aigremont, Paul, 177. 

D’Aguilar (De Aguilar), Benjamin, 158 

, David, 158. 

, Efraim, 158. 

, Joseph, 158. 

, Solomon, 158. 

Dalbiac (Delbiac), Scipion, 88. 

Dalbon, Balthazar, 111. 

Dalbos, John, 120. 

Dalem (Dolam), Elisabeth Sixt, 99. 
Dalmas, John, 4. 

Dalom, Herman van, 132. 

D’Aligre, Stephen Francis, Marquis, 

200 . 

D’Almeyda, Mardocke, 130. 

Dam, Dirk Willem van, 171. 

Damarr, Peter, 56. 

Damecourt, see Lamecourt. 

Dangilbaut, Lewis, 116. 

Dangicourd, Paul, 116. 

Daniel, Peter, 22. 

, Samuel (de Grangnes), 51. 

|Daniels, Simon, 175. 

Dapilly, Anthony, 114. 
jDarbonnier, Peter Samuel, 167. 
D’Arbolade, John, 116. 

Darcy, Frederica and Mary, Countesses 
of Holdernesse, see Holdernesse. 
Darlon, John, 146. 

Darquier, John, 4. 

, Peter, 113. 

Darrigraud (Darrigrand), Jacob, 9. 
Darripe, David, 114. 

Dastor, see Laussac (de). 

Daubuz, Stephen, 26, 60. 

Davallon, John Baptist, 196. 

Davene (Davigne), Henry, 28. 



INDEX 



251 



Davescin, see de Moncal. 

D’Averdine, Andrew (Andreas de 
Vurdun), 81. 

! Daverton, Paul, 70. 

I . ’ 

| David, Abraham, 90. 

I , Florenc (Florenz), 130. 

j , Peter, 102. 

| Davois (Dauoise), Jacques, 83. 

Dean, John Christian, 184. 

Debendieu (Dubondieu, Dubourdieu), 
Armand, 111. 

| Debaufre, Peter, 27. 
j De Bezancenet, Captain David Francis, 
179. 

De Blois, see Blois, De. 

Debonnaire, Peter, 60. 

Deborde, James, 70. 

De Bouine, Peter Abadie, 116. 

De Bous, Peter Lewis, 115. 

De Bruges, Pierre Theodore, 185. 
Decaux, see Caux. 

Decharnes (De charmes), Simon, 87. 
De Chaulx, John, 26. 

De Chevrigny, Frederick, 159. 

Decker, Mathew, 25, 27. 

Deckhard (Deckhart), (John) Henry, 
93. 

De Clapie, Phillip, 119. 

De Clapiez, Saviniac, 116. 

De Clive, see Cleve. 

Decodin, Philipe, 92. 

De Comarque, see Comarque. 

Decomuun ( and see Conum, Du 
Comun), John, 22. 

De Croy, see Croy. 

Decus, Mariana, 191. 

Dede, Isaac, 85. 

, Peter, 85. 

Dedel, Solomon, 191. 

Dedier, John, 29. 

Deere (Deer), John, 57. 

Deerman, John, 26, 35. 

Defalguerolles, see Falguerolles, De. 
Defoissac, Balthazar, 113. 

Deffray, see Fray. 

De Fouet, Jeremy, 156. 
de Fournier, see Fournier and see 
Montmorancy. 

De foussat (Defoussat), Peter, 14. 

De Foyssat, James, 23. 

De Fray, see Fray, 
de Galy, see Gaily. 

Degen, Francis, 152. 

, George Christopher, 178. 

Degenfelds, Christopher, Count de, 125. 
de Gols, Henry, 22. 



, Philip, 60. 

De Grand Maison, Paul, 116. 

De Granges, see Granges. 

De Groos, see Groos. 

Degum in, Thophile, 88. 

Dehaut, Hen[ri]co, 33. 

De Heart, see Heart. 

De Hertogh, see Broughton. 

Deheullc, Abraham, 53. 

D’hours, Henry, 113. 

Deichman, George, 171. 

Dejan, Lewis, 114. 

De Jonge, see Feilding, North, 
Godolphin. 

Dejoux, see Jouxson. 
de la Becque, see Becque. 

De Lachapelle, see Lachapelle De. 

De la Conseillere, see Conseillere. 

De la Coste, see Coste. 

De la Coude, see Coude. 

Delacourt, see Court, De la. 

Delacroze (Delacroix), John, 41. 

, see Croze. 

Delafarelle, Francis, 53. 

Delafarrolle, Paul, 119. 

Delafaye, Theodore, 134. 

Da la Fon, Gabriel Joseph, 21, and see 
Font, La Fon. 

De Lafons, John, 91. 

De la Fontaine, see Fontaine. 

De la Fosse, see Chatry, Lafosse. 

De Lage (J[ean] Delages), John, 112. 
De la Grange, Peter, 28, and see 
Granges. 

Delagrange, Salomon, 98. 

De lagrange, see Boulonniere, De la. 

De la Haize, see Haize. 

De la Haye, see Dumont, 
de la Haye, see Haye. 

Delaigle (Deligle), Isaac, 59. 

Delalande, see Lande and Tostain. 
Delalen, Solomon, 7. 

Delamere (Delamare, Delamerie), 7. 

, James, 78, 80. 

, Mathew, 87. 

, Paulo, 32, 35. 

, Peter, 78, 80. 

Delamerie, see Laymerie, Delamere. 

De la Milliere, Cyrus, 69. 

, Henry, 119. 

De la Motte, see Lamotte. 

Del’ Angle (Delangle), John Maxi- 
milian, 94, and see L’Angle. 

De Lanquetint, Peter, 36. 

Delapierre, Abraham, 178. 

De la Place, see Place. 



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INDEX 



De Lapointelle, see Lapointel. 

De la Poire, Peter, 113. 

Delaprimanday (Delaprimauday), Gab- 
riel, 21. 

De la Rive, Peter Lewis, 176. 

De La Roche, Peter, 169, and see 
Laroche, Roche. 

De La Sale, see Lasale. 

De le Touche, see Touche. 

De la Tour, see Tour, Latour. 

De la Treille, see Treille. 

Delaune, John, 90. 

Delaval, Cornelius, 22. 

De Lavoute (Delavot), Isaac, 93. 
Delemos, Abigail, 159. 

, Esther, 159. 

, Francis, 159. 

, James, 158. 

Delerme, James, 133. 

Delessars, Daniel, 90. 

De L’Estang, see Lestang. 

Delestrille, James, 54. 
de Leuze, see Leuze, de. 

Delfais (Dalfais), David, 81. 

Delfien (Delfieu), Stephen, 119. 

Del Hoste (Delhoste), James, 66. 

Deliot, Michele, 91. 

, Pierre, 91. 

Deliquet, John, 83. 

Delmonte, Isaac, 145. 

Delom, Petro, 32. 

Delon, Charles, 142. 

, Francis, 164. 

, Paul de la Bastide, 14. 

De Lorme (Lorsne), Margaret, 112. 

De Lostal, John Peter, 115. 

Deloumeau, John, 7. 

Deloziere, Frai^ois, 96. 

Delpech (Delpeth), Isaac, 7, 58. 
Delpeueh, Elias, 16. 

Delpuy, Johi, 32. 

, Marie, 32. 

Delubac, Jean (John), 88. 

De Luc, Fraii 5 oise Antoinette, 194. 

, John Andrew, 189. 

De Mallide, see Malide. 

De Magny, see Magny. 

Demande, Baudvin, 61. 
de Mare, see Mare. 

Demarin, John Lewis, 146 
Demarr, Francis, 152. 

Demasse, Aubin John, 135. 

De Mattos, Isaac, 163. 

Deme Dys (Demedys), James, 83. 
Demeruy, Louis, 83. 

Demezy, Anthony, 193. 



De Mierre, Ferdinand, 170. 

De Millon, Jacob, and see Millon. 

De Missy, Henry, 168, and see Missy. 
Demoney, see Monnet. 

Demonseau, see Monseav. 

Demontis, Samuel, 50. 

De Montmorency, see Montmorency. 
Demox, Blaize (Bleso), 111. 

Denbigh, Isabella Countess of, 126. 
Denie (Denis), Charles, 21. 

Denis, Jean Baptiste, 80. 

De Normandie, John Anthony, 134. 
Denoyer, Philip, 152. 

Denroches, Cha (Carolus), 81. 

Denys (Denijs), Abel, 25, 27. 

, David, 38. 

Depagez, Peter Gilbert, 46. 

Deparay, (Seriere), John Baptise, 117, 
and see Seriere, de Seriere. 

Depas, Antonio, 133. 

De Pester, John, 144. 
de Pilieres, see Pilieres. 

Deplauches, Jean, 87. 

Deponthieu, Charles, 57. 

Depouy, Jean Marie Brassens, 208. 
Depretit, Isaac, 36. 

Deprez, Anne, 31. 

- — — , Constance, 31. 

, Jacobo, 31. 

, Margarette, 31. 

, Marie, senr. and junr., 31. 

Depuy, Peter, ( and see Dupuy), 19. 

De Roche, James Chatine, 57, and see 
Roche, Laroche, 
de Rouen, see Rouen. 

De Roussel, see Roussel. 

Derrignee, Petter, 104. 

De Salis, Hieronimus, 136. 

Desaunieres (De Saunieres), Henry, 53. 
Des Bordes, see Bordes. 
des Brosses, see Brosses. 

Descusals, John, 115. 

Deschampz, Peter, 22. 

Desclauz, John, 96. 

Des Cotes, Janies, 164. 

Descous, Jean, 79. 

Descury, Daniel, 41. 

, Simon, 113. 

D’Esemblard, Andrew, 116. 

Desenfans, Noel Joseph, 200. 

Desenne, see Senne. 

Des Feue (Fue), Jean, 80. 

Desfoumeax, Alexander de Raquet, 14. 
Des Gulhon, (and sec Gulhon), Stephen, 
17 . 

Deshaies, Francis, 111. 



Deshons, John, 143. 

De Sibourg, Frederick, 19. 

Desisles (Laubuge), Lewis, 117. 
Desitter, Peter, 44. 

Des Lauriers, see Lauriers. 

Des Maizeau, Peter, 62, 99. 

, Samuel, 95. 

Desmaretz, Claudius Crottier, 68. 

, Francis, 155. 

Desmercieres, John Henry, 56. 
Desminiere, Augustus, 28. 

. John, 30. 

, Joseph, 25. 

Des Mortier, Jozuos (Joshua), 88. 
Desodes, Stephen, 43, 49. 

Desormeaux, Louis, 84. 

De Sorrency, see Sorrency. 

Despaignol (Despagnol), Samuel, 140. 
Despares, Lewis, 117. 

Dessey, Henry, 19. 

Dessoudun, Josue Dufay, 117. 
Destinou, Jacob, 103. 

Desvaux, see Voux, de. 

Deuponts (Dupont), Jean, 93. 

Deuren, see Van Deuren. 

De Valicourt, Jean Jaques Coulliette 
132. 

De Varennes, Peter, 54. 

Devaux (Devaut), Abraham, 100. 

, James, 36. 

, Jaque, 93. 

De Vemet. see Duvernet. 

Deveryt, Isaias, 6. 

Deveze, Jacobus la, 94. 

Devic, Isaac, 65. 

Devisme, Peter, 122. 

De Weissenbach, see Weissenbach. 

Diaz (Dias), Aaron Rodriguez, 133. 

, Abraham Lopes, 131. 

, Benjamino Rodrigues, 136. 

, Fernando (Fernandes) Isaact 

Lopes, 136. 

, Fernandes Daniel, 123. 

, Jacob, 123. 

, Mosi Lopez, 133. 

, see Viana. 

Dibon, James, 93. 

Dich, see Ditch. 

Dick (Dyck). Christianus Jockim, 106 
See Van Dyck. 

Dickerson (Frans Drukerson), Frantz 

112 . 

Didier, Isaac, 62. 

Diefray. see Fray. 

Diemel, Bernard, 157. 



INDEX 



253 



Digoine, Rene, 4. 

Dillenius, John Jacob, 134. 

Dilman (Dilmandi), Alexander, 41, 64. 
Dillman, John, 141. 

Dimbon (Damboune), James, 46. 
Dingman, William, 165. 

Diore, Magdeleine, 112. 

Dirs, Carsten, 175. 

, Court Henry, 185. 

Discrote, John, 21. 

Ditch, Henry, 2. 

Dittmar, And (Andreas), 107. 

Dobbert, Daniel Philipp, 189. 

Dobbertin, George Nicholaus, 64. 

Doct, Amable, 170. 

Docrner, John, 163. 

Dolam, see Dalem, Dalom. 

Dolere, John, 93. 

Dolfuss, John George, 143. 

Dolignon, John, 161. 

Dolmer, Peter, 70. 

Dolon, Lewis Benjamin, 15. 

Dombres (Dombes), Anthoine, 93. 
Domerque, Henry, 49. 

Domont (Dumont), Esaye, 87. 
Donaldson, John, 47. 

Doorman, John Wolrath, 180. 

Doorschot, Isack, 50. 

Dornbush, John, 160. 

Dornos, Peter, 6. 

Dorport, Livino de, 34. 

Dorrien, Anna Jacoba, 109. 

, Theodore, 134. 

d’Orville, see Orville. 

Doublet, Gabriel, 82. 

Doucet (Dousset), Isaac, 90. 

Douiltier (Dovillier), John, 87. 
Douxsaint, Hester, 97. 

, Paul, 20. 

Dovespe, Peter De la, 54. 

Doxat, John Alphonso, 196. 

D’Oyau, Peter, 10. 

Dragauld, Joel, 102. 

• , Peter, 104. 

Drago, Aaron Franco, 168. 

Drascon, Gideoni, 32. 

Drelincourt, Peter, 62. 

Dreyer, John Daniel, 148. 

Drin, Francis, 110. 

Drouart, Isaack, 4. 

Drovett (Drouet), William, 6. 
Drummond, Agatha, 127. 

Drusina, William de, 150. 

Dubary, Janne (Johannes) Du Bray, 
105. 

Du Bisson, Thomas, 137, and see Bisson. 



Duboc, Charle, 90. 

Dubois (Du Bois), Abraham, 10, 164. 

, Elias, 82. 

, Nicholas, 47. 

, William, 154. 

Duboscq, Jacob, 117. 

Du Bouchet, Jane Elizabeth, 139. 
Dubourdieu, Peter, 65. 

Dubourg, Daniel, 30. 

, John, 69. 

Dubuc, Nicholas, 115. 

Dubuer, Stephen, 10. 

Dubuisson, see Buisson. 

Ducarel, Adrian, Coltee, 142. 

Ducasse, Esteven, 114. 

, Peter, 58. 

Du Castel, Isaac, 33, 78, 79. 

Du Castet, see Castet. 

Duchat, Daniel Le, 103. 

Du Chesne, John Kerron, 36. 

Duclou, Pitte (Petrus), 105. 

Du Clousy, see Clousy. 

Du Conum, Margueritte, 111, and see 
Decomun. 

Ducros (Deucros), Peter, 19. 

Dufan (Duffan), Henry, 43. 

, John, 28. 

Dufau, Gideon, 82. 

Dufaur, Daniel, 113. 

, John, 172. 

, Joseph, 114. 

Du Flo, Peter, 57. 

Dufou, Johi, 32. 

Dufour, Elisabet, alias Beaufils, 86. 

, Gabriel, 103. 

, James, 54. 

, Louis, 29. 

Dufoussat, Peter, 42, 46. 

Dufresnay, Dina, 102. 

, Samuel, 57, 124. 

Duffus, Lady, see Sutherland, Charlotte 
Christiana. 

Dugars, John, 92. 

Du Ges, Jean, 112. 

, John, 112. 

Dugneaucourt, John Andreas (Andrew), 
49. 

Duhamel, Peetre, 32, 107. 

Dulac, Peter, 56. 

Dulamon, James, 137. 

Dulon, James, 105. 

Dunant, William, 165. 

Dumas (Du Mas), Andrew, 88. 

, Benj amino, 33. 

, John, 119. 

Duinergue, Charles Francis, 198. 



, Charles Joseph Joli, 197. 

Dumon, Petre Petrus, 92. 

Dumont, David de la Haye, 66, and see 
Domont. 

Dumouchel, David, 137. 

Dumoulin, Peter, 11. 

Dumoustier, John Isaac, 136. 

, Phillipe, 133. 

Duncan, Daniel, 55. 

Dunoyer, A. M. (Anne Margaret) Petit, 
93. 

, Peter, 70. 

Duntze, John, 135. 

Duperron (Duferon), A. G., 89 
, Elias, 36. 

Duplessex, John Michael Peter, 42. 
Duplessis, Louis Aubert, 132. 

Duplex (Dupleix), Isaack, 4. 

Dupont, Jone (Jonas), 130. 

, Mathias, 62, 130. 

, Peter, 138. 

Du Pont, Susanne, 104. 

Duport, Stephen, 15. 

Duppel, John George, 197. 

Duprat, Isaac, 119. 

Dupre (Dupree, Du Pre), Anne, 111 

, Baptist, 102. 

, Charle, 103. 

, Henry, 69. 

, James, 109. 

, John, 109. 

, Samuel, 118. 

Dupuis (Dupuy, Du Puy, and see 
Depuy), Claudius, 25. 

, Elias, 21. 

■ , Jacob, 22. 

, Jacobo (James), 30. 

, Jacque, 79. 

, Johannes Jacobus, 102. 

, Mathieu, 114. 

Du Quesne ( and see Lequesne), Gabriel 
du, 106. 

Duqueruy (Duqueray, Duque’ruy), 
Isaac Nicholas, 145. 

Durade, John, 158. 

Durand (Duran), Charles, 113. 

— - — , Daniel, 84. 

, Jacobo, 35. 

— John, 107, 119 

, John Baptist, 158. 

, John Peter, 63. 

, Marie, 35. 

, Peter, 10. 

, Steeven, 86. 

Durant (Durand), Abraham, 120. 

, Lewis, 103. 



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INDEX 



Durban, Anthony Joseph, 57. 

Duren, Henry van, 98. 

Durett, Francis Parrain de, 38, 43. 
Du Rouille, see Rouille. 

Duroure, Scipio, 106. 

Durousseau, Mathew, 37. 
du Roy, see Roy. 

Dusaud, Rene, 90. 

Dusoul, Samuel, 114. 

Dusour, Magdalene, 100. 

Dussel, (Diisselle)l Charles, 50. 
Dutens, Peter, 145. 

Dutot, Lewis, 37. 

, Samuel, 83. 

Dutry (Dewtry), Mary, 65. 

Duval (Duvel, Duvall), David, 186. 

, James, 56. 

, John, 49. 

, Elizabeth, 9. 

, Margaret, 9. 

, Nicholas, 9. 

, Peter (Pierre), 81, 168, 200. 

, Theodore, 141. 

Duveluz, David Samuel, 161. 
Duvemet (De Vernet), Henry, 46. 
Duvinois, Jedeon, 114. 

Du Yivier, John, 68. 

Duvois, Carolo, 32. 

Dyck, see Van Dyck. 

Eagron (Eaygron), Claud, 10. 
Eckenstein, Daniel, 208. 

Eckert (Eckart), Melchior, 103 
Edet, Claudio, 130. 

Edlinger, Lawrence, 109. 

Edzardi, Agneta, 109. 

Eelking, John Martens, 64. 

Egg, Durs, 196. 

Eggers, Gustav Nicolaus, 179. 

, Henry, 188. 

Eicke, Detlev Bonaventura, 189. 
Elers, Peter, 64. 

Eller, George Ernest, 157. 

Elont, John, 134. 

Elst, see Verelst. 

Emery, Dennis, 34. 

Emmenes, Jonh, 107. 

, Martin, 51. 

Emmerich, Andreas, 190. 

Empayta, Joseph, 82. 

Enden, Lewis Vanden, 113. 

Enderup, Andrew, 64. 

, Mathias, 98. 

Engell (Engel), Henry, 198. 

, Samuel, 139. 

English, John, 60. 



Epply, Paul, 102. 

Eprinchard, James, 43. 

Ercks, Henry, 196. 

Erich, John, 178. 

Erickson, Gunder, 96. 

Ernst, Gabriel Anthony, 161. 

, John Henry, 167. 

Erthman, Henry, 59. 

Esberger, Christian Frederick, 179. 
Eschaquet, Francis Oliver, 82. 

Escot, Peter, 70. 

Esperon, Jean Jacques Lavadalle, 107. 
Espinass (Espinas), Janne (Johannes), 
107. 

Espinet, David, 6. 

Estede (Esteve, alias Steven), Samueli, 
32, see Esteve. 

Estemod Jost David, 157. 

Estrange (l’Estrange), Paul, 8. 

Esteve, Marie, 91. 

, Samuel, 91, see Estede. 

Etang, Peter de 1’, 130. 

Eturgeon, see Leturgeon. 

Eude, Gabriel, 81. 

, Jaque, 80. 

, Magdalen, 80. 

Everth, John, 179. 

Eykenff, Sebastean Vander (Van der), 

110 . 

Eymecker (Cymecker), Johann Conrad, 

111 . 

Eymes, see Aymez. 

Eymer, James, 118. 

Eynard, Alexander, 135. 

, John Antony, 93. 

Faache (Fache), Thomas, 88. 

Fabre, Lewis, 115. 

, Peter, 82. 

Fabricius, Theodore Christopher, 42 
Fabrot, Anthony, 54. 

, Jean Robert, 98. 

, Peter, 12. 

Fabry, Peter, 120. 

Facio, Nicholas, 29. 

Facon, Peter, 169. 

Faer, George, 51. 

Faesch, John Werner, 164. 

Fagard (Faguard), Jean, 78. 

, Judith, 81. 

Fair, Bartholomew, 52. 

, see Faer. 

Faitout, Aaron, 10. 

Falaise, Ephraim, 15. 

Falaizeau, Peter, 66. 

Falck, John Christopher, 205. 



Falguerolles, Peter De, 118. 

Fallet, Nicholas, 99. 

Falwasser, see Faulwasser. 

Famet (Hamet), Daniel, 87. 

Fanjaux (Fanjoux), John, 105. 
Fanjoux (Forioux), Paul, 20. 

Fanet, John, 103. 

Fanevil, Paul, 34, 81. 

Fanu, Charles le, de Cresserons, 4 

, James le, 97. 

Farcy, Frances, 7. 

, John, 4, 7, 81 

Farettes, Daniel, 58. 

Fargue (Lafargue), Elias la, 49. 

, Ester (Hester) la, 102. 

Faria, Miguel Diaz de, 201. 

Farjeon, Toinette, 112. 

Farnoux, Alexandro, 31. 

Farster (Christian Forster), Christi 
89. 

Fasnacht, David Emanuel, 188. 

Fatio, Francis Rodolph, 162. 

, John David, 157. 

, John Philip, 164. 

, Peter Rodolf George Alexande 

154. 

Faubares, Mark Anthony, 116. 
Faulwasser (Falwasser), Johann Chri 
tian, 147. 

, John Frederick, 158. 

Faure (Favre, and see Fawer, Feure 
Claud, 8. 

, Daniel, 116. 

, Francis, 12, 38. 

, Jane, 102. 

, John, 83, 105. 

, Marguerit, 111 

, Matthieu, 85. 

Faust, see St. Faust. 

Favenc, Abraham, 177. 

Faverall, John, 57. 

Favero, John, 85. 

Favre, see Faure. 

Fawer (Lafauer), John, 53. 

Faux, see Le Faux. 

Feber, Abrahams, 68. 

, Catherine, 68. 

, Isaac, 68. 

Febure, see Lefebure. 

Fector, Peter, 148. 

Feild, see Field. 

Feilding (nie Young or de Jonge' 
Isabella, Countess of Denbigh, 126. 
Feilitzsch, Frederick Lewis Ernes' 
Baron de, 204. 

Feldman, Henry, 158. 



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255 



, 



Felsner, Christian, 185. 

Felthusen, Friedrich, 140. 

Felkirzamb, Casimier (John), 44. 

• Felster, George, 7. 

Fenoulhet, Lewis, 69. 

Ferilles (Farilles), Pierre, 81. 

Ferme, Ettienne de, 110. 

Ferment, Phillip, 81. 

Fermignai (Fermignas), Stener (Ste- 
phenus), 87. 

Fermignan, James, 80. 

Ferminac, Pe[te]r, 100. 

' Fernandez, Emanuel, 182. 

, Isaac Dias, 145. 

I- ■, Joseph Diaz, 145. 

, Moses, 194. 

Ferrand, Benjamin, 141. 

I , Daniel, 151. 

Ferron, Gabrieli, 31. 

I—, Gideoni, 31. 

Fesquet, Casimir, 201. 

, David, 92. 

Feure [and see Faure), Tanegijij le, 22. 
Fevillerade, Peter, 54. 

Fevilleteau, Francis, 9. 

— , Jacob, 9. 

R- , Lewis, 9. 

Fevre, see Le Fevre. 

Fichet, John, 50. 

Field (Feild), David, 94. 

[ , Peter, 7. 

Fiere, Andree, 68. 

I , Anne Marie, 68. 

■ , Daniele, 68. 

t , Johanni, 68. 

Filhon, James, 90. 

Fillion, Petter, 104. 

Fincke, Michael, 109. 

Finzi, Solomone dAngelo, 192. 

Fischaw, see Titzchaw. 

Fisher (Fischer), John William, 198. 

[ , Johanni, 67. 

— — , Marie Barbare, 67. 

■ , Maximilian, 200. 

Fitzschaw, see Titzchaw. 

Flaman, John Baptist, 78. 

Fleet, Fermyn (Termyn) Van, 59. 
Fleischmann (Fleishman), Bernhard 
Johann, 167. 

, Paul, 110. 

Flindt, Paul Anthony, 200. 

Flines, Gilbert de, 126. 

Fleuriet, Jean, 85. 

Fleuriot, Peter, 52. 

Fleury, Abraham, 83. 

— — , (Fleurey), Daniel, 89. 



Flournoys, Peter, 26, 29. 

Fludyer, Elisabeth, 112. 

Fock (Baron de Robeck), John Henry, 
193. 

Fon, see De la Fon. 

Fonblanque, Anthony, 159. 

, John, 149. 

Fonjuliane, Lewis de, 57. 

Fonseca, Abrahamo, Da, 136. 

, Jacob, 131. 

, Moses Aboaf, 177. 

Font la (La Font, Font, Laffont), 
Abraham, 6. 

, Honore, 6. 

, Jane, 6. 

, John, 6 . 

, Rachel, 6. 

Fontaine (De la Fontaine, and see 
Fountain), Lewis, 61. 

, Mary Anne de la, 136. 

, Nicholas le, 29. 

■ , Noah de la, dit Wicart, 27. 

, Peter de la, 28. 

Fontainne de Moriame, see Moriame. 
Fonvive, John Espinasse, 17. 

Forbes, Peter, 108. 

Foreman, Luke, 195. 

Formont, Peter, 7. 

Forster, see Farster. 

Fossey, James, 83. 

Fouach, Jan (Johannes), 90. 

Foubert, Henry de, 16. 

, Petrus, 94. 

Foucher, John, 55. 

— — , Stephen, 55. 

Fouchet, John (Jean), 93. 

Fountain [and see Fontaine), James, 
117. 

, James de la, 68, 195. 

, Jean Petro, 130. 

Four, see du Four. 

Fourchard, John Jacob, 8. 

Fourestier, Daniel, 19. 

Fournier [and see De Fournier), Charles, 
115. 

, Gabriel, 81. 

, Isaac, 91. 

, John Louis, 208. 

, Paul, 16. 

Fouquet, John, 64. 

-, Petter, 82. 

Fouuiliane, Gedeon de, 106. 

Fouzes, Anth. (Antonious), 105. 

Fovace (Fouace), Stephen, 53. 

Foyssat, see De Foyssat. 

Frachan, see Strachan. 



Fradin, Francisco (Francois), 38, 81. 
Fraillon, Pierre Peter, 78, 79. 

Fray, (Deffray, Diefray), John De, 59, 
82. 

Franchomme, Carolo, 34. 

Francia, Raphaeli, 136. 

, Symon, 47. 

Franco, Abramhaim, 182. 

Franel, Joseph, 178. 

Franck, George, 168. 

Franquefort, Peter, 14. 

Fraser, William, 61. 

Frass (Frasse), John, 95. 

Fraysse, Peter, 10. 

Frederick, Bernard, 120. 

Fremeaux, Adriana Constantia, 156. 

, Elizabeth, 156. 

, Gertruda Johanna, 156. 

, James, 152, 156. 

, Margaret, 156. 

, Maria Catharina, 156. 

, Peter John, 156. 

Frere, Samuel, 53. 

Frestel, Gabriel de, 21. 

Freeke (Freake, Frecker), James, 89. 
Frescarod (Frescarode), Johannes, 101. 
Fresneau, Andre, 69. 

, Nicholas, 10. 

F.ridag, Sebastian (1783), 189. 

, (1802), 189. 

Fridenberg, Martin, 84. 

Frieake (Frieak), Henry, 185. 

Fries (Freese), John Friderick, 146. 

, John Henry, 203. 

, Nicholas, 171. 

Friso, William Charles Henry, Prince 
of Orange and Nassau, 139. 

Froger, Elisabeth, 89. 

■, John Andrew, 42. 

— — ■, Marie, 88. 

, Mary Martha, 89. 

Frois, Jacob, 138. 

Froling (Frohling), Christian, 50. 
Frow, Peter, 120. 

Fruchard, Phillip, 22. 

Fruschard, James, Jun., 95. 

Fry, Henry, 140. 

Fryer (Freier), Nicolays, 83. 

Fuekert (Fuecart), Barnard, 22. 

, John, 109. 

Fucsolle (Hester Foucsolle), Estienn. 
105. 

Fugard (Fugart), Jean, 81. 

Fuhr, John Phillipe, 145. 

Fuhrer, Andrew, 167. 

Fullraught, John, 108. 



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INDEX 



Fun Toone (Funtoone), Henry, 85. 
Fursteneau, Anthony, 132. 

Furtado (Furtato), Abraham Mendes, 
177. 

, Isaac Mendez, 175. 

, Isaac Neberceo, 205. 

Fury, Louis, 92. 

Fushs, John Martin, 181. 

Fynboe, Nicholas Petarson (Petersen), 
63. 

Gacon, Isaac, 112. 

Gaetinaux (Gatineau), Frangois, 103. 
Gagnons, Isaye, 34. 

Gahtman, John, 59. 

Gaile, John, 19. 

Gaillard, Peter, 8. 

Gaist (Gayt), Peter, 105. 

Galabin, Lewis, 23. 

, Paul, 89. 

Galand, Lewis, 42, 49. 

, Rachel, 97. 

Galaud, Peter, 9. 

Galdy, Lewis, 27. 

Galine, James, 21. 

Gallary, Francis, 115. 

Gallatin, Bartholomew, 141. 

Galliard, John Ernest, 103. 

Gallini, John Andrea, 194. 

Gaily (de Galy), Peter, 21. 

Gambier, Nicholas, 26. 

Gamel, Daniel, 15. 

, John, 26, 41. 

Gamory, James, 86. 

Gampert, Samuel, 125. 

Gander, Francis Lewis, 134. 

Gandon, James, 100. 

Garbers, John Christian Hartwig, 194. 
Garde (Lagarde), John Boner La, 112. 
Gardeman, Baltazar, 82. 

Gardes, Jean, 81. 

Gardie, Henry, 4. 

Gardien, John, 34, 85. 

Gariot, Jacob, 8. 

Garling, Nicholas, 158. 

Garnault, Marie, 8. 

, Michaell, 27. 

Garnichat, Jacobo, 34. 

Gamier, Daniel, 20. 

, Isaac, 41, 47. 

, Jean (Johannes), 34, 41, 47, 94, 

105. 

, Paul, 41, 47. 

Garrels, Herman Jacob, 204. 

Garrison, Isack, 50. 

Garritt, Nicholas, 3. 



Gascherye, Francis, 84. 

Gashlie, Jacob, 8. 

Gast, Daniel, 114. 

Gastily, Jacob, 8. 

Gastineau, Mathurin (Marthurin), 84. 
Gattineau, John, 83. 

Gaudin, Daniel, 88. 

Gaudot, Francis, 183. 

Gaudy, Francis, 5. 

, Isaac, 5. 

, John, senr., 5. 

, John, junr., 5. 

Gauer (?Ganer), Christopher, 197. 
Gaugain, Thomas, 41, 57. 

Gauget, John, 43. 

Gaule, see Gole. 

Gaussen, Jane, 102. 

, Peter, 26, 30. 

Gausseran (Gosserant), Peter, 81. 
Gautier, Isaac, 78, 80. 

, John Guy, 207. 

, John Lewis Frederick, 207. 

, Stephano, 32. 

Gauvain, Peter Henry, 150. 

Gaynon, Isaac, 91. 

Gayott (Gayot ? Gayet), Daniel, 13. 

, John, 89. 

Gazeau, John, 119. 

Geardon, Margueritte, 98. 

Gebert, Pierre, 87. 

Gehren, see Von Gehren. 

Geib, Johannes, 197. 

Geinheimer, George, 7. 

Geldieu, see Gelieu. 

Geledneki, Christian Samuel, 152. 
Gelieu (Geldieu), Mathew, 20. 

Gemsa, Christopher, 193. 

Gendels, Thome, 33. 

Gendron (Gendreu, Gendvan), Philip, 9. 

, Stephen, 6, 9, 19. 

Gendt, William Van, 25. 

Genes, Jean, 112. 

, see St. Genes. 

Geneves, Ann Susanna, 103. 

, Jane Antoinette, 103. 

Gentet (Gentit), Peter, 9, 117. 

Gentil, John Henry, 175. 

Gentjes, see Centjes. 

George, John, 22. 

Ger . . . (Gerrard), ? Ban, 83. 

Gerard (and see Gerrard), Jacob, 10. 

, Marie, Lady, 43. 

, Peter, 56. 

Gerbrants, Francisco, 33. 

Gercken, John, 122. 

Gerhard, Justus, 138. 



Germain, Philip, 125. 

Germond, John, 86. 

Gerofrey, see Jarrofoy. 

Gerrard, Maxllian (Maximillian), 89. 
Gervais (Gervaize), Isaac, 123. 

, Jaqueline, 107. 

, Peter, 82. 

Gerval, Jean, 91. 

Ges, see Du Ges. 

Gevekoht, Nicholas, 25. 

Giberne, Johi Rene, 32. 

, Marie, 32. 

Gibert, Anthony, 158. 

Gichard, see Guichard. 

Giesewell, Ernest, 203. 

Gilbert (Gilert). David, 82. 

, Henry, 129. 

, Pierre, 89. 

Gildemeester, Christopher, 122. 

Giles, Lewis, 170. 

Gill, Jane (see Barkstead. 

, Stephen, 42, 52. 

Gilles, Salomon, 89. 

Gillon, Phillip, 25. 

Girard, David, 154. 

, (Girod), Estienne (Hester), 9£ 

101. 

, John, 18. 

, Malchisedec, 102. 

, Noe, 33, 102. 

, Paul, 18. 

, Peter, 10. 

Girardot (Girardeau), Andrew, 153. 

, , alias Devermenoux, 44. 

, James, 127. 

, John, 8, 128. 

Girod, Estienne (Hester), see Girard. 
Gisioneau (Guionneau), Peter, 6. 
Gleichman, Theodore George, 178. 
Glenisson (Glenison), Jean, 7, 19, 92. 
Glostein, Jacob, 175. 

Gnaden, Vincent, 109. 

Goadsens, Francisco, 107. 

Godart, Anne, 78, 80. 

Godeffroy, Benjamin, 69. 

, Johanna Catherine, 195. 

, Peter, 195. 

Godier, James, 64. 

Godin, David, 60, 166. 

, David Lewis, 172. 

, James, 86. 

Godolphin, Marie Catharine, Mar 
chioness of Blandford (nee de Jong) 
135, 136. 

Goebell, Florian, 121. 

, Gerard, 170. 



INDEX 



257 



Goiran (Goyrand), Pierre, 81. 

Gold, see Cohl. 

Gole (Gaule), Cornelius, 99. 

, Susanne, 99. 

Gols, see De Golds. 

Gomez (Gomes), Danieli, 122. 

. , Davidi, 122. 

— — , Jacob, 122. 

, Ludovico, 47. 

, Mordecay, 122. 

Gomme, Josepho, 31. 

Goodhart, Emanuel, 189. 

Goodriake, Levina Benjamina, 180. 
Gordon ( alias Allen), Maria, 204. 

Gorsa, Peter, 115. 

Goselin, Carolin, 32. 

Gosset, Abraham, 87. 

I , Daniel, 85. 

— — , Mathieu, 85. 

, Melchisedech, 85. 

Gossier, Daniel, 101. 

, John, 101. 

Gotier, David, 106. 

Gottlieb, Andreas, 182. 

, John Vallientine, 183. 

Goudot, David Francis, 17. 

Gougeon, Renee, 10. 

, Renee Marie, 10. 

Gougon, Danl., 80. 

Goullainne, Charles De, senr., 118. 

■, Charles De, junr., 118. 

■, Charles De, son of Samuel, 118. 
Goullard, John, 101. 

, Mari Fransoise, 100. 

Goupil, Samuel, 83. 

Gourden (Gourdon), Francis, 6, 19. 
Gourdon, John, 42, 52. 

Goure, Jacobo, 33. 

Gourgas, John Mark, 196. 

Gout, John, 70. 

[ Gouy, Charles, 8. 

Gouyquet (and see Couyquet), Abra 
ham, 63. 

Govdar (Goudard), Abraham, 91. 

Govis, Charles, 10. 

Goy, Daniel, 163, 

Graef, Dirk de, 110. 

Gi’aff, Daniel, 191. 

, Frederick Nicolas, 161. 

I — — , Samuel Bernard, 159. 

Graffenriedt (de Gruffenied), Christoff I 
Es (?), 90. | 

Grand, George, 154. 

[ , John James, 149. 

Maison, see De Grand Maison. 

, see Le Grand. 



Grande (Grandee), John de la Valade, 
99. 

Grandau, John, 98. 

Grandidier, John, 104. 

Grandges (Graudges), see Granges. 
Grange, see De la Grange, Lagrange. 
Granges (Grandges), Elias de, 9. 

, Henry Daniel de, 51, and see 

Daniel. 

, James Charles, 165. 

Grangier (Granger), Paul, 8. 

Granon, Jo(annes), Ja(cobus), 97. 
Grasseneau, James, 51. 

Gratian, Renee, 100. 

Graumann, Hermann, 190 
Grave, Arnold de, 102. 

Graves, Philipe de, 104. 

Gravier, Peter, 121. 

Greissier, Peter, 12. 

Grelle (Crelle), Georg., 95. 

Grellet, Samuel, 164. 

Grellier (Grelier), G. (Gabriel), 87. 
Greneau, Samuel, 10. 

Grenier, Isaac, 92. 

Grenion, Charles, 50. 

Grenou, Rene, 90. 

Greul (Gruell), Francis, 119. 

Grevenkop, Caspar, 155. 

Grey, see North. 

Gribelin, Symon, 21. 

Griesbach, Charles, 203 

, Frederick, 203. 

, George, 203. 

, John William, 202. 

, Justus Henry, 203. 

Grill, Claes (Claus), 181. 

Grilon, Simeon, 70. 

Grimaudet, Francis, 54. 

Grimault, James, 78, 80. 

Grob, John Ernest, 180 
Grolleau, Lewis, 16. 

Grolon, Elias, 10. 

Gronberg, Hans, 96. 

Gronhoff, Matz Andersen, 138. 
Gronquet, Isack, 52. 

Groos, Sybrandt De, 101. 

Gros, see Le Gros. 

Grose, Francis, 147. 

Grote, Andrew, 142. 

Grou, Isaac, 79. 

Grove, Lambert de, 94. 

Gruaz, Louys, 198. 

Grubb, Anne, 86. 

Grudee (Grude), Francis, 84. 

, Nicholas, 41, 47. 

, Peter, 41, 47. 



r 



Gruelle, Paul de Gaily de la, 14. 
Gruncisen, Charles, 206. 

Grutzmann, John Henry, 125. 

Gruzeau, Petro, 52. 

Gudgin, William, 87. 

Guenault, Susanne, 111. 

Guepin, David, 38. 

Guerard, Henri, 85. 

, John, 57. 

Guerin, John, 6. 

Guerrier, Matthew, 8. 

Guerry, Revd. Lewis, 192. 

Guesnard, Jean, 104. 

Gugelman (Gugleman), John, 25, 41, 53. 
Gugy, Bartholomew, 203. 

, Lewis, 203. 

Guibald (Guiball), Samuel, 6 

, Peter, 120. 

Guibert, Isaac, 117. 

■ , Phillip, 22. 

Guichard (Gichard), Anthony, 10. 

, Francis, 10. 

, Gabriel, 21. 

, Hubert, 138. 

Guichardiere, John, 87. 

Guichenet, Gideon, 68. 

Guichinet, Henry, 8. 

Guidon, Lewis, 43. 

Guignard, John, 36. 

Guigner, Isaac, 66. 

, Leonard, 66. 

, (Guiguer), Samuel, 111. 

Guil (Gue), Pieter Alexander, 111. 
Guillard, Peter, 9. 

Guillauma (Guillamna, Guillaume), John 
De, 120. 

Guillaumot De la Bergeric, Charles 
Joseph, 127. 

Guilleman, Lewis, 132. 

Guillibau, Nicolas, 104. 

Guillon, Gabriel, 149. 

Guimard, Peter, 10. 

Guinand, Joseph, 137. 

Guinard (Guinaud), John Henry, 120. 

, Peter, 155. 

Guion, Isaac, 93. 

, Jacob, 6. 

Guirard, David, 105. 

, Jhon, 105. 

Guirodos, John, 10. 

Guis, E'. (Elizabeth), 89. 

Guionneau, see Gisioneau 
Guiteau, Francis, 100. 

— — , Francis Theophilus, 135. 

Guitton (Guiton), Jacobus, 9. 

Gulch, Anne Catherine, 67. 



258 



INDEX 



, Heinrich, 67. 

, Magdalene, 67. 

, Melchior, 67. 

Gulhon, see Des Gulhon. 

Guliker, Barthold, 12. 

, Frederick, 121. 

Gundelach, Laurence, 123. 

Gunge, John, 8. 

Guth, John, 176. 

Giiting (Fridius Giting), John Friedrig 
(Johannes), 96. 

Gutteres, Aaron de Mattos, 138. 

Guy, Lewis, 190. 

Guyen, Anthony, 92. 

Guymard (Guimard), Jean, 88. 

Guyon, James, 135. 

, Louis, 96. 

Hack, Daniel, 25. 

Hackman, Jacob, 142. 

Haedy, Christopher, 200. 

Haen, Georgius de, 94. 

Haesdonck, see Van Haesdonck. 
Haeseler, Nicholas Joachim, 178. 

Hagen, Gotthard, 112. 

, Gotthard J., 112. 

, see Van Hagen. 

, Van der, see Vanderhagen 

Hahn (Hahne, and see Hane, Hann), 
Frederick, 171. 

, George Ernest de, 180. 

, Johann Christian, 93. 

Haijman, Nicholas, 137. 

Haijs, John, 27. 

Haine ( and see Hayne), Daniel, 98. 
Haize, Abraham de la, 84, 101. 

— — , Moses De la, 100. 

Hake, Engelbert, 151. 

Haldimand, Anthony Francis, 164. 

, Anthony Henry, 186. 

, John Abraham, 169. 

Hamburge (Hamburger), Christian, 89. 

, William Christian, 138. 

Hame, Peter Lamy de, 124. 

Hamet, see Famet. 

Hammelburg, Henry Albrecht, 183. 
Hammersmith, George, 190. 

Hamis, Isaac, 145. 

Hamon (Hemon), Hector, 56. 

, Isaac, 69. 

Hampden, Constantia, nee de Hubert, 
161. 

Hampp, John, 200. 

Handel, George Frideric, 132. 

Hane (Hahne, and see Hahn), Nicholas, 
179. 



Hanet, Michel Louis, 85. 

Hanker, John Peter, 5. 

Hann ( and see Hahn), Peter, 50. 
Hanman, John Gottfried, 173. 

Hanners (Hanmers), Christian, 57. 
Hanrot (Hanrott, Henriot), Jonas, 88. 
Hansell, John George, 109. 

Hansen, John Lewis, 135. 

, Otto Hinrick, 197. 

, Peter Peterson, 197 

Hansler, Jacob, 185. 

Harache, Anne, 32. 

Harenc, Roger, 131. 

Harisson, see Harrison. 

Harksen, Conrad, 159. 

Harlingen (Van Harlingoen, junr.), 
Martin Van, 109. 

Harnigk, John Michael, 36. 

Harrand, Francis, 175. 

Harrison (Harisson), Mary Sybelle, 154. 

, Peter, 159. 

Hart, Frederick, 25, 32. 

, Moses, 128. 

, Moses Hyem, 128. 

Hartcup, John, 126. 

Harthals, see Van Harthals. 

Hartman (Harttman), Dorothea Mar- 
greta, 182. 

, Isaac, senr., 10. 

, Isaac, junr., 10. 

, John, 10, 158. 

, Paul, 88. 

, Richard, 111. 

Hartogh, Fredrick, 61. 

Hasbrouk, Abraham, 10. 

, John, 10. 

Haselgren (Haselgreen), Andreas, 25. 

, Andreas (Anthony), 58. 

Hasenelever, Peter, 165. 

Hasenfeller, George Godfried, 138. 
Hastings, Charles, 192. 

, John, 26, 27. 

, Marian, 205. 

, Warren, 205. 

llatanville (Hattenville, Hattanville), 
Abraham, 84. 

, James, 69. 

, Peter, 51. 

Hauser, John, 166. 

Haussoullier, Lewis John Marie, 207. 
Haut, Henry de, 38. 

Hawes, Henry, 196. 

Haye, Gabriel de la, 19. 

Hayne (and see Haine), Abraham, 97. 
Haynts (Haines), Adam, 107. 

Hays, James. 140. 



Heart, John De, 120. 

Heath, Rose Marie, 161. 

Hebert, Antonio, 130. 

, James, 57. 

, John, 101. 

, Mary, 101. 

, Mathew, 53. 

, Piter, 85. 

Hecker, John Henry, 181, 189. 
Hederstedt, Gustaf, 191. 

Heeger, Paul, 128. 

Heerde, Harman (Herman) Van, 91. 
Hegardt (Hegard, Hegauld), Martin, 
109, 110. 

Heholt (Herholt), Jacob, 62. 

Heilman, Francis, 62. 

Heineken, Christian, 147. 

Heintz, Elias, 200. 

Heinzelmann, John Conrad, 156. 

, John Swiccard, 156. 

Heisch, Frederick, 207. 

7 ' * 

Heiberg, Jacob, 110. 

Heldt, John Jacob, 122. 

Helle, Thomas Thor. (Thorhelle), 112. 
Heloin, Stephen, 84. 

Helm, Isaak van den, 105. 

Helmunt, Jasper, 108. 

Helot, Dennis, 82. 

Hemard, Peter, 80. 

Hemel (Hemet), Adrien, 83. 

Hemert (Hermert), Francis Van, senr., 
125. 

, , junr., 125. 

, Joachim Van, 109. 

— — , John Van, 125. 

, Wolfert Van, 139. 

, see Van Hemort. 

Hemet, Peter, 43, 54, and see Henne. 
Hemon, see Hamon. 

Hempel, Charles Frederick, 167. 
Hendricks, Harman, 153. 

Henley, Dorothy Hannah Louisa 
Harriot, 187. 

Henne (Hemet), Thomas, 83. 

Henneken (Henniken, Hennequin), 
Abraham, 25, 35, 42, 93. 

Henri, Lous. (Ludovicus), 99. 

Henricij. John, 42. 

Henriod, Daniel, 167. 

Henrique, Joseph, sec Brendon, M. N. 
Henriques, Mosi Irael, 71. 

Henry, Carolus or Charles le, 81 

, Henry, 88. 

, Solomon, 168. 

Herauld. James, 46. 

, James, 41. 



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259 



Herbault (Herbaut), Peter, 52. 

Herbst, Daniel, 42, 58. 

:• Here (Hero), Marie, 87. 

Herihe (Heriche), Pierre, 87. 

Hering, Andrew Vehl, 63. 

Herman (Heiman), John Christian, 110 

; , John, 129, 

Hersan (Hersant), Elizabeth, 94. 
Hersant, Marie Catherine, 94. 

Herschel, William, 198. 

Hersot (Hersaud, Hersout), Adam, 99. 
Hertel, John Jacob, 191. 

Herview, Frangois, 86. 

Hervot, James, 81. 

, Peter, 81. 

Heshuysen, Lewis Diedrick, 172. 

Hess (Hesse), Henry, 91. 

Het, Rene, 69. 

Heup, see Le Heup. 

Heurtin, Elizabeth, 7. 

, William, 7. 

Heutig, John William, 197. 

Heutot (Hautot), Petro, 32. 

Heuze, John Simon de la, 112. 
Heydman, John Burges, 63. 

Heyman (Heymans), Henry, 170, 195. 

, James, 55. 

, John Andrew, 122. 

Hill, Habert Demon, 88. 

Hinrichs, Charles, 177. N 

, Ulrich Anthony, 206. 

Hinstbeng (Hinstberg), Herman, 62. 
Hintze, Daniel Godfrey, 192. 

Hiot, Peter, 68. 

Hippius, Frederick, 192. 

, Jacob Gottfried, 184. 

i His, John, 167. 

Hobbema, see Obbema. 

Hochecorne, John, 79. 

Hodshon, William, 129. 

Hoefnagel, B., 110. 

f , John, 105. 

Hoffgaard, Frederich, 153. 

Hoffham, Luder, 179. 

Hoffmann, John, 182. 

, John Christian, 173. 

Hoffshleger (Hofschlager), John Ber- 
nard, 139. 

Hognel, Charles, 56. 

Hoguel, Isaac, 53. 

Hohendorff, Christian Yon, 154. 
Holdernesse, Frederica, Countess of, 
121 . 

, (ne Doublet), Mary, Countess of 

Holderness, 146. 

Holl, Leonard, 173. 



Holling, John, 104. 

Hollmans, George, 125. 

Holmede, Jacobo, 33. 

I Holsten (Holston), Peter, 145. 

Holte, Henry Von, 59. 

Holwall, Andreas, 126. 

Holzendorf, Charles, 137. 

Holzhalb, Bernard, 99. 

Homey er, William, 192. 

Hompesch, Jacqueline Charlotte, Com- 
tesse de, 202. 

Honore, Jaque, 91, and see L’Honore. 
Hooffstetter, John Lewis, 187. 

Hooren (Hoorn), Daniel, Van, 93. 

Hope, Adrian, 123. 

, Archibald, junr., 123 . 

, Archibald, senr., 123. 

, Enrico, 123. 

, Isaaco, 123. 

, Jacobo, 123. 

■, Joh[ann]i, 123. 

, Thome, 123. 

, Zacharie, 123. 

Hopfer, Bennet Erasmus, 124. 

Hopke, Herman, 109. 

Hoppe, John Frederick, 26. 

Horn, Nicholas, 206. 

Horner, James, 129. 

Horry, Peter, 20. 

Horst, John Herman Zur, 130. 

Hosch, Peter John, 192. 

Hose, John Daniel, 185. 

Housman, Mathew, 144. 

Houssaye, Tamary, 151. 

Housset, John, 15. 

Houthhousen (Houthyusen), John, 83. 
Howard, John, 204. 

, Mary Thomas, 204. 

, Robert, 204. 

Howe, Mary Sophia Charlotte, 
Viscountess, 124. 

Hubard (and see Hubert), Werkin, 92. 
Huber, Abraham, 164. 

, Bartholomew, 186. 

Huberston, Huberto, 68. 

, Jacob, 68. 

Hubert (and see Hubard), Louise 
Elizabet, 97. 

, Susannah (nee Messing), 142. 

Hue, Jacob, 52. 

, Jacobo, 31, 34. 

, Jaques, 97. 

, Michael, 34, 52. 

Huet, Jean, 89. 

Hugeinin, Rodolph, 156. 
j Hugk, John George, 96. 



Hugonian, Francis Lewis, 131. 

Hullin, Mathew, 4. 

Hullman, Gerard, 200. 

Hundeshagen, Caspar, 51. 

Hurel, Jacobo, 34. 

Hurgrome, Phenix, 106. 

Hutchinson, Francis, 63. 

Huy, Martin, 33, 54. 

Hyde, Stephen, 110. 

Hydeman (Heidemann), Burges, 25. 

Imbert, Balthazar, 43, 55. 

Imhoff, Charles, 190. 

, David Peyer, 171. 

Ingoldsby (nee Coussmaker), Catherine 
Jane), 145. 

Isaac, David of, 145. 

Isaacs, Henrico, 130. 

Iselin, John Frederick, 208. 

Iselin, John Luke, 176. 

Iserloo (Iserlo), Engelbert, 53. 

Isnel (Isenel), Daniel, 88 

Jackson (nee Jankowski), Anna Eliza- 
beth, 193. 

Jacmer (Jaciner), Jacob, 58. 

Jacob, Mark, 65. 

Jacobi, John Christian, 102. 

Jacobo (Jacobs), Herman, 128. 
Jacquery, John Elias, 167. 

Jacquet (Jaquet), Andrew, 30. 

, Fransois, 103. 

-, Rene, 19. 

Jacquin (Jaquin), John Nicholas, 173. 
— — , Mary, 96. 

Jager, Dirk, 167. 

, Ernesto Augusto, 130. 

Jagmar, John, 115. 

Jaille, Isaac De la, 104. 

Jalabert, Francis, 158. 

Jales, John Frederick, 126. 

Jambelin, Peter, 6. 

James, Jeremie, 115. 

Jandin, Jean Frangois, 93. 

Janot, James, 167. 

Janssen (Jansen), John, 66. 

, Ulrick, 123. 

Janvier, Lewis, 36. 

, Thome, 33. 

Janvret, see Jenuret. 

Jappie (Japie), Jacobus, 9 

, Daniel, 123. 

, John, 7. 

, Marie, 7. 

Japin, Abr[aham]us, 106. 

Jaquet, see Jacquet. 



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INDEX 



Jaquin, see Jacquin. 

Jardeau, David, 9. 

Jarlan, Mark, 51. 

, (Jarland), Paule, 105. 

Jarrofoy (Heremias Gerofrey), Jemie 
(Jeremie), 99. 

Jastrain, Paridon (Paridem), 111. 
Jauniere, De la, see Royrand. 

Jay, see Le Jay. 

Jeffreys, Jane, 47. 

, Katherine, 47. 

Jemblin, James, 36. 

Jenuret (Janvret), Daniel, 99. 

Jequier, James Samuel, 176. 

Jerquet, John, 152. 

Jeune, see Le Jeune. 

Johnson, George, 66. 

, Thomas, 3. 

Jollyvet (Jolivet, Jolyvet), Magdelen. 
93. 

, Henry, 208. 

Joly (Jolly), Henry, 150. 

, Jean Piter, 86. 

, John, 197. 

, Piere, 85. 

Jonge, see Feilding, North. 

Jonquiers, Henri, 84. 

Jordis, Jacob Frederick, 60. 

, Paul, 60. 

Jouenne, Louis, 180. 

Jouet, Jacobus, 106. 

Joumard, Peter, 96. 

Jounacet, Matheu, 101. 

Jouneau, Daniel, 20. 

, Stephen, 19. 

Jourdain (Jourdan, Jourdon), Anthony, 
54. 

, James, 42. 

, Wame. (Willelmus), 102. 

Jouxson, Benjamin, alias Dejoux (De 
Joux), 19. 

Joye, Mary Margaret, 171. 

Joyeux, Johi, 31. 

Jremell, Charles, 28. 

Jugla, John, 151. 

Julian, Janies, 42 ; and see Julien. 

, Peter Bartholomew, 148. 

Julien (Jullien, Jullion, and see Julian), 
Ann, 107. 

, Francis ( and see Julian), 86. 

, Isaac, 85. 

, Jeanne (Johannes, Johanna), 97. 

, Jenie (Jana), 96. 

, John, 134. 

, Lewis, 152. 

, Peter, 92. 



, Stephen, 92. 

, see St. Julien. 

Juliot, Solomon de la Penieiere, 46 
Justus, Jacob Matthias, 175. 

Katenkamp, Herman, 151. 

Kater, Henry, 199. 

, John Herman, 187. 

, William, 199. 

Keck, John, 95. 

Keilman, John, 110. 

Keller, William Adolf, 121. 

Kellner, John August, 203. 

, John Christian William, 203. 

, William Ernst, 202. 

Kempe, Frederick Christopher, 150. 
Kendall, Jacobo, 68. 

Kenaw (Konaunt), Peter, 110. 

Kepp, John, 197. 

Kerfbeyl, John, 64. 

Kern, John Frederick, 186. 

Kerron, see Du Chesne. 

Kesteren, Otto, 51. 

Kettler, Cornelius Gerhard, 165. 

, John Vollraht, 165. 

Keyser, Alexander, 175. 

, Assur, 175. 

, Eleazar Isaks, 200. 

i Kien (Kiihn, alias Kuhne), Rudolph, 62. 
Kilmansegge (see Platen), Caroline, 126. 
King, David, otherwise Konig, 166. 

, James, 62. 

, Peter, 81, 89. 

, Philip, 177. 

, Sophia, 63. 

, Wilhelmina Catherine, Baroness 

King of Ockham, 172. 

Kirchhoff, Christian William, 118. 
Kirkman, Jacob, 156. 

Kirsh, Charles Earnest, 25, 36. 

Klanert (and see lvleinert), Charles 
Morris, 183. 

Klausing, Henry, 154. 

Klein, Christian Godfrey, 170. 

Kleinert (and see Klanert), Sebastian 
Gottlob, 180. 

, Tobias, 160. 

i Klencke, Henry, 141. 

, Martin, 149. 

Klincke, Herman Rudolph. 148. 

Klopfer. John Gottlieb. 193. 
j Klotz, John Gottfried, 167. 

Klupp (Klug), Charles Joackim, 110. 
Knies, Andrew, 171. 

Knight, John, 159. 

Knowlings (nee de Morin), Margarett, 
I 143, 



Knyff, Leonard, 93. 

Kock, Henry, 166. 

Koe, John, 170. 

Koep, Benedict, 126. 

Kohl, Balthazar, 52. 

Kohn, George Lewis, 187. 

Koithan, Frederick, 195. 

Konig, Johan Friedrich, 111. 

Konink, William, 154. 

Koops, Matthias, 194. 

Kops, Isaac, 26. 

, William Isaac, 128. 

Korten, John Abraham, 123. 

, Peter, 136. 

Kotcherthat, Benigne Sibylle, 67. 

, Christiano Josae, 67. 

, Joshue, 67. 

, Sibylle Charlotte, 67. 

, Susanne Sibylle, 67. 

Kraguelius, John Lewis, 138. 

Krauter, Christopher Jacob, 151. 

, Phillip David, D.D., 169. 

, Philip Jacob, 162. 

Krebs, Christopher, 109. 

Kroger (and see Kruger), Gunter 
Henry, 183. 

Krohn, Jacob, 195. 

Kroll, Adam, 173. 

Kruger (and see Kroger), Jacob, 160. 

, Paul, 127<- 

Krull, Foost, 109. 

Kuhff, Henry Peter, 162. 

Kulenkampff, Henry, 64. 

Kuliff, Frederick, 160. 

Laballiere, Peter De, 4. 

Laban, Gabriel, 119. 

Labatt, Isaac, 205. 

Labbee (Labbe), Anne, 184. 

, Peter, 56. 

| Labbutte, Rene, 167. 

Labelye (Labelve), Charles, 148. 
Labene, Michael, 64. 

Labilliere, Paul, 16. 

Laborde, Josias, 21. 

La Bouchetiere, see Bouchetiere. 

La Boutiniere, John, 114. 

Labrille (Labeille), Alexandre, 99. 
Labrosse, see Brose. 

Labrune, see Rivas. 

La Cain (Lacam), Susanne, 112. 

Lacam, Isaac, 136. 

, Veneranda Maria Elizabetta, 157. 

Lacase (Lacasse), John, 38. 

Lacaux (Lacoux), Claude, 103. 

, John, 119. 

Lachapelle, Amos De, 51. 



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261 



Lache Nay (Lachenay), Madelne de, 97. 
Lacolombine, Achilles de, 81. 

La Combe (Lacombe), John, 114. 

(Combe Clusell), Rene, 29. 

, William, 114. 

La Conte (and see Conte, Le Conte). 
Arthur, 29. 

, Francis Abraham, 52. 

Lacoste (and see Costa, Coste), John, 
49. 

, John Hercule, 41. 

, Peter, 16, 117. 

, see Croy, De. 

Lacourt (Lacour, and see Court), 
Andrew, 70. 

, John, 85. 

, see Lallert de. 

Lacoux, see La Caux. 

La Croix (and see Croy), Charles, 120. 

, Francis, 41, 50, 57. 

La Croze (Lacreuze, and see Croze), 
Mary Marie de, 131. 

, Stephen, 57. 

Ladavese, Abel Rotolp de, 57. 

, Anthony, 57. 

Ladenbergh, Rudolph, 157. 

Lafabreque, Francis Hubac, 16. 

Lafage (Lafarge), Piere, 92. 

, Francis, 88. 

Lafargeze, Peter, 119. 

La Fargue, see Fargue. 

Lafauer, see Fawer. 

Lafitte, Peter, 113. 

, Timothy, 70. 

La Fon ( and see De la Fon), Jacob 
Poitevin, 86. 

La font, see Font. 

La Fontaine, see Fontaine, Fountain. 
Laf orest, Lawrence, 172. 

Lafosse (De la Fosse), Barthelemy De, 
99. 

Lagarde, see Garde. 

Lagase, Charles, 87. 

Lagourne, John, 43, 78, 79. 

Lagrange (and see Granges), Peter, 25. 

, Stephen, 96. 

La Groys, Gabriel Geffres, 114. 

Lahaize, see Haize. 

Laiden (Leyden), Louis, 100. 

Laige, see Leige. 

Laine (Layne), Thomas, 84. 

Lairens (Laurens), Jean, 79. 

Lakeman, Abraham, 10. 

La Lande (Delalande), see Lande. 
Lallert (La Court), Guy de, 96. 
Lallouhe, see Perron. 



Lamack, Sophia Magdalen, 171. 

La Maison, Jean, 78. 

Lamalquiere, Lewis, 28. 

Lamande, Francis, 145. 

Lamb, John, 110. 

Lambert (Lambett), Claude, 107. 

, Claude, 80. 

, Nicolas, 87. 

, Peter, 90, 116. 

, see Deodine. 

Lambett, see Lambert. 

Lamecourt (possibly Charles David 
Damecourt), David, 21. 

Lamenes, Peter, 115. 

Lamirandole, John, 15. 

Lamotte (De la Motte), Daniel Lagier, 
146. 

, Jean Lagier, 138. 

, Joseph de, 97. 

Lamude, John, 96. 

Lamy, Danieli, 130. 

, see Hame de. 

la Naive, Gaspard, 23. 

Lande (Landes), Elias, 4i, 51. 

, Henry de la, 14. 

, Mary Marsac de, 96. 

, Peter de la, 50. 

Landreau, Peter, 20. 

Lang (Lange, Langue), Arnold, 123. 

, Conrad, 135. 

, Henry, 134. 

, Isaac, 8. 

, John Michael, 179. 

, John Peter, 8. 

•, Luder, 166. 

Langelier (Langilier), Abel, senr., 5, 12, 
23. 

■, Abel, junr. 5. 

John, 5, 22. 

, Lewis, 5, 59. 

, Marie, senr., 5. 

, Marie, junr., 5. 

L’Angle, Petr, De, 96, and see Del’ 
Angle. 

Langlier, Mary, 102. 

Langkopf, Henry Author (Arther), 151. 
Langlois, Peter, 66. 

, Stephen, 66. 

Lanove, John, 133. 

Lanquetint, see De Lanquetint. 

La Penissiere, see Penissiere. 

Lapie, Anne Marie, 97. 

, John, 97. 

, Marie, 97. 

Lapierre, Peter, 134. 
la Place, Daniel Chais, 9. 



, Denys de la, 100. 

, Magdalen, 9. 

La Plaigne, Elizabeth, 97. 

Laponye (Laponge), Francis, 78. 

La Port (Laporte), Anthony, 143. 

, Gabriel, 15. 

, see Porte, De la. 

Lapostre, Henry, 44. 

Lapro, Ester, 90. 

Lapradelle, John, 30. 

Lara, Aaron, 157. 

, Benjamin, 175. 

Larchevesque, Daniel, 100. 
L’Archivesque, Peter, 81. 

Lardaut, Peter, 84. 

Lardeau, Aime, 31. 

, Jacobo, 9, 31. 

, Johi, 31. 

, Marie, 31. 

•, Pascali, 31. 

, Renee, 31. 

Lark, George, 168. 

Larmet, Claude, 88. 

Larnoult, Anne, 32. 

, Catherine, 32. 

-, Elizabethe, senr. and junr., 32. 

, Jane, 32. 

Laroche, Catherine, 105. 

, see Roche, De la Roche. 

Laroque (and see Roque), Anthony de, 
15. 

, 'John de, 66. 

, John Port (de), 16. 

, Nicolas, 97. 

Larrat, Salomon, 82. 

Lasagerye, Eliz. De, 105. 

La Sale (Lasalle, and see Sale), Daniel 
de, 115. 

, (Laselle), Isaac, 21. 

, Marc De, 115. 

Laserre (Lasserre, and see Serre), 
James, 81. 

-, Louis, 97. 

Lasson, Jacob, 130. 

Lasvalz, Francis De, 115. 

Latanes (Latane), Daniel, 21. 

, Henry, 37. 

Latanet (Latane), John, 93. 

La Touche (and see Touche), Alexan- 
der Geffres, 114. 

Latour, J. (Johannes), 104. 

, Paul, 120. 

, de or Delatour, see Tour. 

Latourte, Abraham, 87. 

Lauber ( and see Auber), John, 10. 
Lauberainne, Gideoni, 35. 



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INDEX 



Laubuge, see Desisles. 

Laudumiey, Francis Darius, 175. 
Laujol, Antonio, 34. 

Launay, Joseph de, 14. 

Laurans (Lawrence), Daniel, 96. 

, Jean, 78. 

, Johi, 33. 

, Marie, 33. 

, Samuel, see Lawran. 

Lauriers, Jams (Jacobus), Des, 97. 
Laussac, Anthony de, 42. 

, Anthony Dastor de, 46. 

Lautier, John Lewis, 176. 

Lauze (Lauzee), James, 58. 

Laval (and see Val), Postre (Petrus), 
82. 

Lavalade (Lavallade), Alain, 93. 

, Gabriel, 110. 

, Marianne 103. 

Lavenne, Jacob, 104. 

Lavargne, Isaac, 42. 

Lavergne, Isaac De, 115. 

Laverne, John, 38. 

Lavet, J. (Johannes), 103. 

Lavie, Germain, 150. 

, John, 20. 

Lavigne, Jaques, 104. 

Lavocatt (Lavocat, L’Advocat), Eliza, 
112. 

, Elizabeth, senr. and junr., 7- 

, Margaret, 7. 

, Marie, 7. 

, Mary, 112. 

■ , Nicholas, 7. 

, Peter Aubin, 7. 

Lawran, Samuel, 29. 

Layard, Peter, 114. 

Laymerie (Delamerie), Vincent de, 49. 
Leautier, John Daniel, 172. 

Le Bas, see Bas. 

Le Berquier, Benjumine, 62. 
le Blanc, see Blanc. 

Le Blond, see Blond. 

Le Bon, see Bon. 

Le Cene, see Cene. 

Lecerf, Charles, 86. 

Le Clerc, Peter, 90. 

Le Conte (Comte, and see Conte, La 
Conte), Abraham, 85. 

, Arthur, 6. 

, Josiah, 53. 

, Peter, 8. 

Lecornu (Le Cornu), Peter, 90, 198. 

Le Coq, John, 162. 

le Court (and see Court, La Court), 
Johi Petro, 30, 



i Ledden, Hermen Jan Van, 109. 
le Doux, Jean, 84. 

Le Duchat, see Duchat. 

Lee, Carolina, 7. 

, Fitzwilliam, 7- 

, Francis, 7. 

, Hermes Wilhelm, 7 

, Jacob, 7. 

, Thomas, 7. 

Leeme, see Lym. 

Le Fanu, see Fanu. 

Le Faux, Andre, 92. 

-, Jean, 92. 

Le Febure (Lefeburc), James, 93. 

, Magdalen, 150. 

, Martha, 103. 

, Nicolas, 91. 

Le Feure, see Feure, Le Fevre. 

Le Fevre, (Petrus Lefeure), Peer, 90. 
Leforte, Alexander, 46. 

Legg, Charles, 15, 97. 

— , Richard, 42, 49. 

Leglize (L’Eglise), Gideon, 5. 

Legnat, Francis, 84. 

Legonier (Ligonier), Anthony, 42, 47. 
Ligonier, Francis, 120. 

, John Lewis, 16. 

Legrand (and see Grand), James, 46. 

-, Peter, 113. 

, William Lewis, 41, 45. 

Le Gros, Jean, 79. 

Le Heup, Isaac, 42, 51. 

, Thomas, 19. 

Leige (Laige), Jacob, 20. 

, (Liege), John, 93. 

Leiger, Thomas, 93. 

Leimbach, Stephen, 22. 

Leinster, Sophia Charlotte, Countess 
of, 127. 

La Jay, Isaac, 26, 82. 

Le Jeune, Jaques, 78, 80. 

Lemair, see Mar. 

Le Maistre (and see Maystre), Caesar, 
134. 

, Peter, 139. 

Lemann (Lernman), Rudolph, 167. 
Lemarchand (and see Marchant), David, 

85. 

, Michel, 88. 

Lemarechal (Le Marechal, and see 
Marechal), Nicholas, 59. 

Lemere (Remere), Daniel, 59. 
le Moine. see Moyne. 

Le Monnier (and see Monnier), James, 

86. 

, Stephen, 86, 



Lene, see Berthe Lene. 
le Pelletier, see Peltier. 

Lepine, Isaac, 84. 

Le Plastrier (Platrier), John, 63. 

, Robert, 12. 

le Play, see Play. 

Lepointel (de Lapointelle), Charles, 16. 
Leques, Andrew Annibal, 153. 

Le Quesne (and see Du Quesne), David, 
99. 

, John, 70. 

Lermet, Isaac, 132. 

Le Rouille, see Rouille. 

Le Roux, see Roux. 

Le Roye ( and see Roy), James, 21. 

Le Royer, Gabriel, 168. 

Lesage, Nicholas, 56. 

Peter, 86. 

, Thomas, 28. 

Leschallas, Samuel, 83. 

Lescher, Joseph, 205. 

Leseck Daniel, 56. 

Le Seur (Le Sevre, Le Sueur), David, 
103. 

, John, 120. 

, Peter, 51, 55. 

Lesmore, John, 11. 

Lestang (de L’Estang, and see Etang), 
| Lewis de, 49. 

Lesterlu, Peter, 83. 

L’Estrange, see Estrange. 

L’Etang, see Etang. 

Le Tavernier (and see Taverner), 
Nicholas James, 23. 

Letlier (Le Tellier), Paul, 80 
Letourneau, see Beaumortier. 

Leturgeon (l’Eturgeon), Jacob, 107. 
Leuilain (Le Vilain), Isaac, 80. 

Leute, see Van Leute. 

Leuven. Arnold John Gevers, 204. 
Leuze, James de, 69. 

Levade, David, 54. 

Leveque, Jean, 86. 

Levieux (Leuieuxe), Laurentz, 98. 
Levy, (Levi), Angelo, 205. 

, Barnard, 190. 

, Christian, 64. 

, David,'- 147. 

, Isaac, 105. 

, James, 105. 

, Josepa, 205. 

, Maiy, 105. 

, Zaccaria, 192. 

Lewis (and see Louis), Henry, 110. 
L’Herondel, Francis, 36. 

L’Honore (and sec Honore), Davidi, 34. 



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26 3 



L’Hospital, Paul, 138. 

Liardet, John, 181. 

Liboschain, Marie Johanne, 67. 

, Susanne, 67. 

Libotton, Anthony Henry, 207. 
Lichigaray, Mathew, 157. 

Liebenrood, John Georg, 143. 

Liege, see Leige. 

Lieutand ( and see Liotard), Dominic 
Joseph, 147. 

Ligonier, see Legonier. 

Lima, Elias Levey de, 182. 

Limborch (Limborg), Francis, 22. 
Lindberg, Abraham, 132. 

Linde, Andrew, 160. 

Lindo, Davidi, 138. 

Lindegren, Andrew, 146. 

, Charles, 150. 

Linden, Diederick-Wessel, 163. 

Lion, Alexandre, 95. 

Lions see Lyons. 

Liotard ( and see Lieutand), John, 151. 

, Mark, 149. 

Lioux, Jacob, 96. 

Livardie, Andrew, 16. 

Li verne, James St. Christoi de, 14. 
Livins, George, 187. 

, Peter, 163. 

Livre, John, 97. 

Lizon, Antoinette, 33. 

, Davidi, 33. 

Lobieres (Lubieres, and see Loubier), 
Francis de Langes de, 15. 

Lochee, Lewis, 186. 

Loches, Mark Anthony de, 98. 
Lockman, Leonard, 137. 

Lodwik, Margrieta, 60. 

Lofland, Adrian, 3. 

Lohmann (Lowman), Jacob, 89. 

Loiseau, Pierre, 88. 

Lolin, Jean, 88 . 

Lolz, George, 110. 

Lombart, Elias, 115. 

Long, Francis, 184. 

, John James, 166. 

Longchamp de la Conde (Coude), 15. 
Longuet, Gabriel, 81. 

Longueville, David, 80. 

, Peter, 99. 

Loofs, John Frederick, 156. 
Loonefskoy, Peter, 63. 

Loquet, Zachariah, 54. 

Lopes, Davidi, 138. 

, Mosi, 131, 138. 

Loquet, Zacharie, 30. 

Lorme, see De Lorme. 



Lorrain, Paul, 93. 

Lortie, A. (Andreus), 95. 

, Peter, 87. 

Lostau, James, 126. 

Louard, see Luard. 

Loubier ( and see Lobieres), Anthony, 
128. • 

, Charles, 121. 

, Henry, 128. 

, John Anthony, 128. 

Loiidonsack, Charles Frederick, 184. 
Louis ( and see’ Lewis), Daniel, 82. 

, Herman, 110. 

, Herman John, 44. 

, Jaques, alls James, 178. 

Loumeau, John de, 7. 

Loveroo, Laurence, 64. 

Luard (Louard), Petro, 32. 

, Zacharias, 90. 

Lubbren, John Diederich, 203. 

Lubias, Susanne, 85. 

Lubieres, see Lobieres. 

Lucadou, John Daniel, 161. 

Lucas, Charlotte, 35. 

, Guillaume, 91. 

•, Lewise, 35. 

, Louis, 95. 

, Peter, 124. 

Luce, Peter, 86. 

Lucera, Anthony, 147. 

Luders, George Christian, 121. 
Ludewig, Everard John, 144. 

Ludolph, Martin, 123. 

Lullin, John Anthony, 134. 

, Peter, 134. 

Luneau, Jean (Johannes), 100. 

Lunel (Lunett), John, 57. 

Luning, Francis, 64. 

Lupke, Gebhardt, 25. 

Luques, Isaac, 94. 

Luryn (Gerrard Lureyn), Gerrit, 91. 
Lusson, Isaac, 6. 

, Marie, 6. 

Lutkeman, Dirk Cloes, 149. 

Lutkins (Lutkens), Anthony, 54. 
Lutyens, Bartholomew Christopher, 143. 

, Francis Christian, 191. 

Luttman, John, 66. 

Lyell, Henry, 143. 

Lym (Leeme), Jonas, 96. 

Lyons (Lions, Lyon), Daniel, 66. 

, Isaac, 8. 

, John, 93. 

-, Stephen, 60. 

Lys, Henry, 140. 

, Mathieu, 89. 



Macaire, John, 95. 

Macon, see Maronne. 

Mackelcan, John, 142. 

Madrass, George, 172. 

Maes, Adam, 64. 

Magen (Magens), Nicholas, 140. 

, Williams, 136. 

Magny, Abraham de, 23. 

Mahieu, Anne, 30. 

Mahlstede, Albert, 156. 

, John, 3. 

Maignon, Johanni, 30. 

Maigron, Peter de, 16. 

Mailiac, Francis Mischel, 116. 

Maillard (Mailerd), Anne, 102. 

, Jean, 79. 

■, Jeremie, 138. 

, Johi, 138. 

, Marie, 138. 

, Pierre, 79. 

Maillet, Anthony, 115. 

Mainard, see Mesnard. 

Maintru, John, 60, 94. 

Mainwaring (nee Vaber), Anne Marie, 
197. 

, James, 197. 

Maiou, Franciscus, 106. 

Mairargue (Manaigus), Francis, 119. 
Maison, Peter Delanefue, 78. 
Maisonneuve, Benjamin, 162. 

Maistre, see Le Maistre. 

Maizeaux, see Des Maizeaux. ’ 

Majou, John, 117. 

Malan, Joseph, 137. 

, Thomas, junr., 137. 

, Thomas, senr., 137. 

Malard, Estienne (Hester), 104. 

, Frangois, 104. 

, Michael, 106. 

Malboys (Malbois), Elisabeth (Eliza) 
de, 99. 

Malca, Abraham Mendes, 145. 

Maleray, James, 43. 

Malfalquerite (Malfalgueyrat), Benja- 
min, 52. 

, Misael, alias Remon, 139. 

Malfuson, Abraham, 88. 

Malgrange, John, 90. 

Malherbe, Oliver, 114. 

Malide (Mallede), Benjamin, 20. 

, James, 93. 

, Paul, 112. 

Malie (Malie, Mailie), Andreas, 7. 

, Andrew, 95. 

, Peter, 4. 

Mallandain, Jean, 101. 



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INDEX 



Mallet, John, 8. 

, Petro, 32. 

Malmazet, Peter, 100. 

Manche, Louis Francis, 81. 

Manaigus, see Mairargue. 

Mandrot, John Peter, 150. 

, Samuel, 170. 

Manfajou (Monfaiou), Andre, 91. 
Manfujou (Monfaiou), Andre, 91. 
Manian, John, 62. 

Manin, Peter, 10. 

Mar (Marre, Mars), Marie, 101. 

, John Le (Lemair), 97. 

Marancin (Maran^n), Helene de, 100. 
Marbotin (Marbottin), Peter, 42, 51. 
Marc, James, 42, 53. 

, Jan de, 83. 

Marcell, Anthony, 119. 

, Lovis, 119. 

Marcet (Marcett, Marcette), Jacob, 47. 
, Nicholas, 12. 

Marchant (Marchand, and see Lemar- 
ehand, Merchant), Andrew, 98. 

, Daniel, 82. 

, John, 85. 

, Paul, 96. 

, Salomon le, 104. 

Marchegay, Oze (Hosea), 53. 

, Sylvia, 99. 

Marcon, Daniel, 38. 

Mareau, see Moreau. 

Marechal- (and see Lemarechal), John, 
49. 

Maret, John, 4. 

Margaret (Margarott), Anthoine, 90. 

, Maurice, 143. 

, Peter, 4, 25, 29. 

Margas, Phillip, 13. 

Margot, Pierre, 83. 

Marie, Estienne, 89. 

, Jacobo, 35. 

, Magdelaine, 104. 

Mariette (Marriette), Francis, junr., 89. 

, James, 99. 

, John, 21. 

, Magdaleine, 111. 

Marioge, Fransois, 91. 

Marion, John, 9. 

Marke, Peter, 110. 

Marmoy, Jacob, 91. 

Maronne (Maron, Macon), John, 37. 

, Samuel, 81. 

Marot, Isaac, 70. 

Marouse, Thomas, 92. 

Marquis, James, 52. 

Marsais, see Merchais. 



Marsall (Marsal), Isaac, 10. 

, John, 10. 

, Lewis, senr. and junr., 10. 

, Peter, 10. 

, Thomas, 10. 

Marsau (Marceau), Andre, 91. 
Marseille, Joseph, 84. • 

Marsh, John, 61. 

Marsilly, Peter Salbert de, 117. 
Marsylac, Enoc, 84. 

Marteilhe, John, 165. 

Martel (Martell), Anthony, 70. 

, John, 119. 

Martens, Christopher Henry, 184. 

, Diederic, 109. 

Martha, Anthony, 129. 

Martin (Martins, Martyn, and see St. 
Martin), Andrew, 70. 

, Anne, 99, 101. 

, Anthony, 62. 

, Cross, 64. 

, Francis, 4, 88. 

, Francisco, 130. 

, Jacob, 124. 

, Jacobo, 32. 

, James, 59. 

, Jaques, 100. 

, John, 7, 59. 

, Lewis, 38, 57. 

, Ludovico, 32. 

, Peter, 15, 86. 

, Peter Francis, 177. 

, Pierre, 105. 

, Sara, 103. 

• , William, 82. 

Martineau, Louis, 98. 

Martinius, Nicholas Albert, 195. 

Marty, Pierre, 208. 

Marwsede, Christopher Gabriel, 181. 
Marye (Mary), Abrahe, 34. 

, Catherine, 104. 

, James, 26, 36. 

, James, 36. 

, Madelaine, 104. 

Mascarenc, John Paul, 60. 

Mason (and see Masson), Carolo, 34. 
Massahod, Joseph de, 147. 

Masse, (Masse, Massee), James, 126. 
Massias, Moses, 177. 

Massiot, Jacob, 6. 

Masson (and see Mason), Francis, 121. 

, John, 20. 

, John Stephen, 141. 

, Peter, 5, 20, 81. 

Mathew, Stephen, 139. 



Matteux (and see Motteux), John 
Anthony, 25, 30. 

, Peter, 58. 

, Timothy, 18. 

Matthiessen, George Christian, 191. 
Matthyssen, William, 13. 

Mattos, Abraham Lombroso de, 147. 
Maturin, James, 120. 

Maubert, Anne, 33. 

Mauco, Daniel, 115. 

Maue (Mauer), John Jacob, 207. 
Mauger, Peter, 81. 

Mauries (Maurice, and see St. Maurice), 
Francis, 55. 

, John, 51. 

Maurin, Andree, 34. 

Mauswieten (Wanswieten), Ouriel 
(Ouzeel), 8. 

Mavault, John, 114. 

Mavit, Aymarc, 169. 

May, John, 57. 

Mayer, see Mayers. 

Mayers (Mayer), John Baptiste, 5. 
Mayersbach, Anlexander Von, 190. 
Maynard see Mesnard. 

Maystre (Maistre, and see Le Maistre), 
Stephen, 60. 

Maze, Janies, 201. 

Mazel, James, 25. 

, (Masell), Jean Jaque, 90. 

Mazuer, David, 117. 

Medina, Aaroni de, 131. 

, Thomas de, 116. 

Medhurst, William, 132. 

Meetehewrin, John, 63. 

Meier, see Meyer. 

Meijbohm, Johan, 153. 

Meijer, see Meyer. 

Melasse, Gilles Prudent, 182. 

Meljac (Meliac), Salomon, 95. 

Mello, Arnold, 156. 

, Luder, 128. 

Melon, John, 79. 

Menaget (Meneget), John, 97. 

Menard, see Mesnard. 

Mendez, Jacob Rodrigues, 71. 

Menehe, Isaac, 84. 

Menet, Francis, 169, 176. 

Mendoca, Duarte Rebello de, 153. 

, Sarah Rebello de, 153. 

Meniconi, Philip, 126. 

Mentzel, Christian Benjamin, 122. 
Mentzer, Balthasar, 109. 

Merac, Theophilus, 49. 

Merchais (Marsais), Benjanjn, 16. 
Merceron, Fransois, 89. 



INDEX 



265 



Merchant ( and sec Marchant), Renato, 

31. 

Mercie, Anne, 6. 

, Jacob, 6. 

Mercier, Daniel, 103. 

, Francis, 116. 

, Margaret, 102. 

Merigeot (Miregict), Daniel, 58. 
Merignac, Ab. (Abram), 105. 

, Jean, 96. 

Merle (Johannes Merle), Jh., 86. 

, John Anthony, 140. 

Merlier, Peter, 69. 

Mersie (Mersier), Jean, 78, 80. 

Mesnard Mainard, Maynard, Menard), 
Carolo-Amelio, 32, 66. 

■ , Daniel, 8. 

, Francisce, 32. 

, John, 6, 90. 

1— — , Madelaine, 100. 

, Peter, 64. 

-, Phillipp, 32. 

Mesnier, Paul, 9. 

Mestier, John, 90. 

Mestrezat, Samuel, 148. 

Mesuin (Mesmin), Guy, 111. 

Mesurer (Mesurier) James Au(?) 

(Jacobus), 91. 

Metayer, Louis, 100. 

Metcalfe, Ann, 79. 

, Carroline, 79. 

, James, 79. 

, Sarah, 79. 

Metiver, Paul, 163. 

Metzner, Frederick Ludovick, 140. 
Meulen, Frederick Yander, 142. 

, John Vander, 163. 

Meulh (Meauhl), Jacob, 29. 

Meure, Abraham, 21. 

, Andrew, 41, 50. 

Mews, Georgio, 31. 

Meyer (Meier, Meges, Meijer), Arnold, 
176. • 

, Christian, 110, 157. 

, Henry, 187. 

, Herman, 121, 148. 

, Jacob, 25, 43, 66. 

, Jeremiah, 163. 

, John, 135, 184. 

, John Conrad, 190. 

, Leonard, 170. 

Meyerhoff, Diederich, 175. 

Meyers (Meges), Sara Anne, 109. 
Meyran (Meiran), Magdaleine, 112. 
Miaviel ( ? Miarriot, Mieville), Francis, 
97. 



Michan, Daniel, 56. 

Michaux (Michoux), Daniel, 103. 

, Paul, 86. 

Michel (Michell, Mitchell), Abraham, 
58. 

, Jean Pierre, 168. 

, Piere (Peter), 90. 

, Stephen Desvaux (Desvaure), 97. 

Michelet. Gabriel, 120. 

Miden, Francis, 25. 

Mierop, Isaac Kuyckvan, 122. 

, Martin Kuyck Van, 144. 

Migliorucci, Petro Josepho, 71. 

Mignau (Mineau), Stephen, 58. 

Milde ( ? Meld . . .), Adriaen de, 88. 
Miler (Miller), Christian, 79. 

Milliere, see De la Milliere. 

Miller ( and see Miler), John, 145, 152. 

, John Matthias, 152. 

, Michael, 137. 

, Oltman, 152. 

, Peter, 83. 

Millon, Daniel, 6. 

, see De Millon. 

Mineke, Henry, 84. 

Minet, Isaac, 38. 

Minneville (Minvielle), David, 50. 
Minte, Eliezer, 15. 

Minuel, David, 86. 

Milxan, John, 29. 

Miol, Isaac Lewis, 188. 

Miralet (Miralliet), Estienne, 51. 
Miranda (Mironde), Isaac, 101. 

, Pe. (Petrus), 82, 104. 

Misaubin, John, 57. 

Mischel, see Mailiac. 

Miskee, Michael, 104. 

Misson, Maximilian, 101. 

Missy, Caasar de, 149. 

, see De Missy. 

Mitchell, David, 204. 

Mitz, Abel, 160. 

Macquot, see Creauton, de. 

Modigliani, Nathan, 153. 

Moeller (Moller), John Gerhardt, 129. 

, John Jacob, 203. 

, John Michael, 202. 

Mogin, Petro, 34. 

Moillet, John Lewis, 202. 

Moilliet (Molliet), John, 81. 

Moine, Pierre le, 85, and see Mogin. 
Moinot, L. (Ludovicas), 90. 

Moivre, Abraham de, 51. 

Molianer ( and see Molinier), Elizabe, 
98. 

Molie, John, 117. 



Molieu, Jacob de, 7. 

— — , Susanne, 7. 

Molinier (Melinier, and see Molianer), 
Charles, 59. 

Moll, John Henry, 101. 

Moller, Christian, 146. 

Mollet, John, 85. 

Moiling, Frederick, 181. 

, Godfrey, 157. 

Mollit, Andrew, 100. 

Momma, Everard, 109. 

Monanet, France, 34. 

Monbevil (Monbeuil), James, senr. and 
junr., 92. 

, John, 60. 

Monbrun, John, 55. 

Moncal, Joseph Davescin de, 51. 
Moncay, Magdalen, 99. 

Mongin, see Mougin. 

Monginot, James, alias Pruneville, 42. 
Monnet (Demoney), Henry, 8. 

Monnier (Moniere, and see Le Monnier), 
John 58. 

Monseav (Demonseau), Peter de, 88. 
Montalieu, David de, see Saintipolit. 
Montaud, John, 20. 

Montefiore, Moses Vita, 159. 

Montigny, John de, 95. 

Montledier, John James, 16. 
Montmayeur, Laigle de, 14. 
Montmorancy, Claude Magdeline de 
Fournier de, 111. 

Monpincon (Montpincon), Jacob Morel, 
46. 

, John Morell, 46 

, see Bourbel. 

Moone, John, 91. 

More, Frangois, 197. 

Moreau (Mareau), Daniel, 19. 

, Ester (nee Chuirgneau), 141. 

, Marc, 78, 80. 

, Mare (Mariana), 78. 

, Marianne, 80. 

, Moses, 63. 

Morel, see Monpincon. 

Morel, John, 46. 

Moret, John, 9. 

, Phillip, 28. 

Morelon, Stephen, 117. 

Morgan, Frederick, 125. 

Morgat, Jacob, 8. 

Morgatt, Petrus, 106. 

Morgue, John, 8. 

Moriame Fontainne, Eloy de, 4. 
Morier, Isaac, 177. 

Morin, Anthony Benjamin, 148. 



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INDEX 



— — , Bartholomew, 53. 

, John Henry de, 137. 

, Peter, 66. 

, Peter Michael, 155. 

, Samuel, 79. 

, William Rene, 142. 

Morin iere, Peter Buor de la, 15. 
Morrisseau, J. (Johannes), 103. 
Morissett, Abraham, 7. 

Morland, Peter, 81. 

Moron, Isaac, 182. 

Morsa, Joseph, 192. 

, Lazzaro Vitta, 168. 

, Moses, 192. 

Morsa, Lazzaro Vitta, 168. 

Morsier, John Alexander De, 182. 
Mortier, David, 54. 

Moser, Christian Gottlieb, 152. 

Moses (Mozes), Henry, 89. 

, Hyam, 130. 

, Levy, 130. 

Motet, Frances (Francisca), 102. 

, Lucy, 102. 

Mothe (Motte), Carolo de Serrieres de 
la, 38. 

Motteux, Catharine, 34. 

, see Matteux. 

Mottier, John, 168. 

Mouchet, Abraham, 160. 

Mourgue, Daniel, 155. 

, Fulcrand, 134. 

, Jacobo, 130. 

Mougin (Mongin), Samuel, 112. 
Mouginot, .James, alias Pruneville, 49. 
Monies (Moules), Peter, 43, 52. 

Moulin, Paul de, 99. 

Mouliot, James, 62. 

Mounicat, Peter, 105. 

Mounier, Jacobo, 31. 

, Peter, 105. 

Mouret, John, 79. 

Moussempez, Bernard, 103. 

Moussett, John Francis, 16. 

, Thome, 33. 

Mouvin, Johi, 34. 

Moyne ( and see Moine), Francois le, 93. 
Mozens (Mozen, Mozel), Aaron Lopes, 
138. 

, Gabriel, 57. 

Muhl, Francis, 110. 

Mulhausen, Engelbert, 182. 

Muilman, Henry, 126. 

, Peter, 135. 

Muller, Albert, 130. 

, Emanuel, 198. 

, Francis Gabriel Charles, 176. 



, Jacob, 165. 

, Joh[ann]es, 106. 

, William, 60. 

Mullot, Daniel, 80. 

Munts, Barend, 98. 

Muntz, Philipp Frederick), 206. 

Murat (Muratt), Elizabeth, 112. 

, Joseph, 127. 

Mure, Anthony, 62. 

Murison, Jacob Hoffham, 142. 

Murray, Henrietta Frederique Viscoun- 
tess Stormont, 162. 

Musick, John, 140. 

Musicks, Peter, 59. 

Mussigang, John, 57. 

, John Echard, 25. 

Myre, Jane, 7. 

, Robert, 4. 

Nadal, Jacob, 166. 

, James, 142. 

, Matthew, 135. 

Nadauld (Naudauld), Henry, 82. 

, Peter, 56. 

Nail, George, 140. 

Nairac, Alexandra, 33. 

Nalton (? Natton), Frances, 110. 

Naive, see la Naive. 

Naminck, Bernard, 121. 

Nantes, Daniel, 192. 

, Henry, 193. 

Narbone (Narbonne), Louise (Ludo- 
vicus) Hubert, 98. 

, Paul, 50. 

de la Crouze, Susanne, see Crouze. 

Nasso, Isaac, 182. 

Natal, Levy, 145. 

Naudauld, see Nadauld. 

Naudin, Andree, 33. 

, Eliaz., 35. 

Nautanie, Gideon, 49. 

Naville, Stephen, 147. 

Nay, Mark Anthony, 132. 

Neale, Francis, 91. 

, Stephanus Laurentius, Count, 151. 

Neau, Henry, 131. 

, Peter, 149. 

Neck, sec Van Neck. 

Nedderman, Bartholomew, 148. 

Neel, Petre, 82. 

Neelz, Jacob, 83. 

Nehring (Nehrin), John Conrad, 25, 32, 
110 

Neibour, John Henry, 203. 

Nerbel, Beat Rodolph Victor, 154. 
Neufuemaisone, Eslisabet (Eliza), de la, 
| 101 . 



Neufville, John de, junr., 126. 

, Mathew de, 131. 

, Philip Jacob de, 135. 

Neuman, John Gottlob, 177. 

Neunberg. John Jobst Van der, 168. 
Nevar, William Martinant, 27. 
Newman, Thomas Christopher, 111. 
Nichoff, John William, 12. 

Nicholas (Nicolas, Nicolat), Daniel, 49. 

, Erasmus, 110. 

, Jaque, 86. 

— — , John, 117. 

Nicod (Nicot, Nicou), Abraham, 51. 
Niedrick, Paul, 172. 

Nieman, Zacharias, 142. 

Nieuwenhuysen, Peter Van, 91. 

Nilson, Lawrence, 199. 

Nipiville (Nipeville), Peter Euldes de, 
85. 

Nissen (ami see Nussen), Niss, 181. 
Nissolet, Paul, 101. 

Noble, John, 102. 

Nodo, Peter, 82. 

Noguier (Noguire), Francis, 129. 

, John, 69. 

, Mary, 155. 

, Susanne, 92. 

Noiray, Francis, 60. 

, Lewis Charles, 60. 

Nolet, Constantin de, 28. 

Nonnen, Egbert, 165. 

Noordingh, Christian, 195. 

Noorthouck (Noorthcock), Peter, 91. 
Noppe, John Francis, 141. 

North, Maria Margareti (nee de Yong), 
Lady North and Grey, 47, 55. 

Nortloo, Henry, 21. 

, William, 99. 

Nortzel, Jacob, 142. 

Nouricer, Olivero le, 31. 

Nourichell, Oliver, 91. 

Noury, Claudio, 30. 

Nouvell (Ndvel, Novelle), Peter, 41, 
52. 

Nova, see Villa Nova. 

Novel, see Nouvell. 

Noverre, Augustin, 175. 

Novosielski, Michael, 191. 

Nunes, Abrahamo, 43. 

, Josepho, 43. 

Nussen (and see Nissen), Frederick, 
156. 

Obema, Madelien (Magdalen Hobbema), 
85. 

Oberg, Erick, 111. 



INDEX 



267 



Obreen, William, 134. 

Offeln, Sophia Charlotte, Countess of 
Platen, 128. 

Ogier, Lewis, 155. 

, Peter, 150. 

, Thomas Abraham, 150. 

Olaguier, David, 95. 

Oldecop, Henry, 50. 

Oldenburg, Adam, 133. 

[ , Edward, 134. 

Olier, Isaac, 143. 

Oliew, Isaacus, 106. 

Oliver (Ollivier), Francis, 22. 

, James, 38. 

, . . . (illegible) (Ph[ilipp]us), 97- 

Ombringh, Antoni Van, 98. 

Ooom, Thom, 189. 

Onfrey, James, 88. 

[ , Jean, 88. 

Opitz, Ernst Godfried, 137. 

Orell (Orelle), James, 100. 

Orliquet, Salomon, 86. 

Orville (D’Orville), John, 164. 

, Joh[ann]es Leonard, 106. 

| , Joh[ann]es Noed, 106. 

, Lewis Frederick, 131. 

Osmont (Asmont, Osmond), Robert, 20. 
Osterloh, Henry, 88. 

Osvald, John James, 167. 

Ott (Otte), John Henry, 126. 

I , Peter, 157. 

Ourry, Lewis, 114. 

Outaud, Abraham, 6. 

Ouvry, Charle, 92. 

■ , James, 85. 

Owby, Gabriel (Aube.), 87. 

Pache ( and see Paetsch), Lewis, 156. 
Pacheco, Rodrigo, 71. 

Pretsch (Patsch, and see Pache), 
George, 194. 

Paetts (Paets), Adam, 6. 

Page, John, 7- 

Paifairie (Paiserie), Isaac, 14. 

Paillet (Pailliet), Clement, 89. 

, Daniel, 99, 106. 

— , Paul, 58. 

Paillou, Peter, 78. 

Pain (Paine), Daniel, 61. 

, David, 15, 85. 

, James, 85. 

, John, 115. 

Painteur, John, 30. 

Paisant (Paysan), Andrew, 90. 

I , Pierre, 88. 

Paiserie, see Paiferie. 



Pajon, Lewis, 57. 

Palairet, David, 141. 

Palais, Henry, 88. 

Paleske, Nathaniel Lewis, 186. 
Palavicin (Pallavicini), Darius, 97. 
Pallardy (Palliardi), Andrew, 53. 
Palmer, Samuel, 127. 

Panshaud, Isaac, 134. 

Panikew Panekaw), John James, 104. 
Pantin, Johi, senr., 130. 

, Johi, junr., 130. 

Paou, James, 101. 

Papendick, Christopher, and Giesewell, 
Ernst, 203. 

Papon, Daniel, 21. 

Pavlson (Paulsen), Jacob, 12. 

Papot, Jean, 95. 

Paquinet, Micheal, 10. 

Pare (Pare), Petro, 32. 

Parfait, Peter, 87. 

Paris, Claudio, 33. 

, John, 162. 

Parize, Esaie, 92. 

Paroissien, Jesse, 85. 

Parquot (and see Perquot), Danieli, 35. 

, Francisco, 35. 

, Jacobo, 35. 

, Jean, senr., 83. 

, Johi, senr., 35. 

, Johi, junrs., 35. 

, Petro, 35. 

Pascall, Henry, 120. 

Passano, James, 134. 

Passavant, Claude, 145. 

, John Ulric, 156. 

Pasquali, Francis, 191. 

Pasquereau, Lewis, 17. 

Pasquinet, Jacobo, 33. 

Pasteur, John Henry, 194. 

Pastre, Jaine (Johanna), 87. 

, Peter, 115. 

Patenostre, Carle Antoine, 102. 

Paters, Mathias, 53. 

Patras, Isaac St. Martin, 114. 

Patry (Patrie), Andrea, 81. 

Pau, Lewis, 19. 

Paul (Pauli), Daniel, 54. 

, Ernest William, 104. 

, James, 54. 

, John, 9. 

, Marie, 9. 

, John Daniel, 158. 

, John William, 181. 

, Judith, 97. 

, Marie Julie, 97. 

Paulsen, Carsten, 101. 



Paulson, Paul Westhoffe, 12. 

Pavels (Pauels), Albert, 95. 

Pavie, Petro, 32. 

Pavillard (Pauillard), John, 20. 
Pavolini, Julian, 192. 

Payen (Payeu, Paien), Laurence, 6. 
Paysan, see Paisant. 

Paz, Elie, 122. % 

— — , Solomon de, 122. 

Peach, Peter, 53. 

Pearse, Thomas, 44. 

Peaune, John, 64. 

Pechels, Jacob, 41, 46. 

Pechier (Pocher), M. (Maria), 101 
Pecholier, Thomas, 159. 

Pecqueur, Claudius Daniel, 31, 62. 

, Marie, 31. 

Pedersen, Jens, 157. 

Peiexoto, Isaac, 71. 

Pelegrin, Pauli, 98. 

Pellet, John, 52. 

, John Baptist, 148. 

Palletier, see Peltier. 

Peloquin, Stephen, 65. 

Peltier (Pelltier, Pellitier, Pelletier), 
Elias, 42, 49. 

, Nicholas le, 86. 

, Thomas, 51. 

Peletreau, Daniel, 19. 

Pelissier (Pellisser), Abel, 95. 

• , Daniel, 20. 

, Jaque, 104. 

, James, 119. 

, Magdalen, 102. 

, Renee, 33. 

, Stephano, 33. 

Pelislier (Pelissier), Lovis (Louis), 4. 
Pelisson, Daniel Benar, 120. 

Pemberton, Mary, nee Wale, 188. 
Pennink, Barent Schimmel, 131. 
Penissiere (Gabrielle Penissier), Gabriel 
La, 111, 

Pentham (Bintsan ?), John, 110. 
Penton, Dorothy, nee Simons (Sy- 
monds), 148. 

Peneux, Isaac, 85. 

Penieiere (Penierre), de la. See Juliot, 
Penissiere. 

Pepin, Joh. (Johannes), 101. 

Peraud, Jacob, 6. 

Perraudin, Abraham, 84. 

, Matthieu, 84. 

Peraulle (Peyrault), Andre, 101. 
Perbelin, Peter, 78. 

Pereira (Perera), Abraham Lopes, 179. 
[ , Isaco de Compos, 138. 



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INDEX 



, Isaac Alvarez, 152. 

, Isaac Moraes, 147. 

, Jacobo Alveres (Alverez), 136. 

, alias Gabrieli de Lima, 136. 

, Mosi Lopes, 131. 

Perier, Charles, 62. 

, Francis, 141. 

, John, 21. * 

Perigal (Perigall), James, 78, 80. 

, Rachel, 107. 

Perrin, Esteven, 114. 

Pemoud, Marcellin, 183. 

Perochon, Elias, 147. 

Perron, Amand Lallouhe du, 65. 
Perronet, David, 63. 

Perot (Perrotte), Charles, 18. 

, Daniel, 102. 

, Henry, 156. 

, Jacobo, 31. 

, James, 4. 

Perquot (Parquet, and see Parquot), 
Peter, 22. 

Perry, Maria, 183. 

Persent, Martin Walther, 200. 

Pertal ( and see Portal), Johannes, 94. 
Pessew, Peter, 100. 

Peters, Aaron, 95. 

Peterssen, Joachim, 126. 

Peterson, Peter, 110. 

, Rasmus, 110. 

Peterstorf, Frederick, 195. 

Petit (Pettitt), Mary, 105. 

, Peter, 78. 

, see Dunoyer. 

Petitet (Petitit), Stephen, 29. 

Peuet, John, 42. 

Peybrignet (Peybriguet), John Jacobus, 

11 . 

Peynado, Jacob Rodriques, 179. 

Peyret, Jacob, 8. 

Peyrol, John, 63. 

Peyrot, James, 94. 

Peze, John, 84. 

Phillipeau, James, 51. 

Piaget, Amy, 114. 

, Peter, 119. 

Picard, David, 101. 

Pichot, Henco, 33. 

Pick, John Henry, 202. 

Pierre, see St. Pierre. 

Pierrepont, Judith de, 100. 

Pieschel, Augustus Frederick, 2 8. 

, August Gottlieb, 161. 

, Charles Augustus, 187. 

Piffard, David, 188. 

Pigou, John, 7, 52. 



, Mark Anthony, 7, 55. 

Pigne (Pigne), Jean, 50, 86. 

Pilieres, Francisce Foure de (des), 30. 
Pillon, John, senr., 90. 

, , junr., 90. 

Pilote, Peter, 9. 

Pimentel, Jacob Abenater, 131 
Pinasse, Jacob Le (La), 100. 

Pinchinat, Abraham, 119. 

Pineau, Peter, 15. 

Pinet (Pinnet), Peter, 15. 

Piniot, Jacob Auguste, 2. 

, Hector Francis, 2. 

Pinna, Isaaco Lusitano de, 136. 

Pinot, Isaac, 84. 

Piozzi, Gabriel, 200. 

Piqueniz, Cezar, 116. 

Pirou, Isaac, 86. 

Pitan (Pitau), Jacob, 9. 

, James, 97. 

, Peter, 97. 

Pitot P. (Petrus), 107. 

Pitt, George, senr., 136. 

, , junr., 136. 

, James, 136. 

, Lucy, 136. 

, Maria Ludovica, nee Bernier, 185. 

Pivain Peter, 29. 

Place, see La Place. 

Plaigne, see La Plaigne. 

Planche, Peter Anthony, 161. 

Planques, Isac, 104. 

Planta, Anthony, 58. 

, Fortunatus 154. 

Plante, Peter la, 63. 

Plantier, David, 164. 

, Jean, 91. 

Plastrier, see Le Plastrier. 

Platel, Pierre, 97. 

Platen, Sophia Charlotte, Countess 
Platen Baroness Kilmansegge, 126. 
Platz, John Michael, 167. 

Plauel, John William, 166. 

Play, Isaac le, 85. 

Pletel, Anne, Elizabeth, 67. 

, Anne Sare, 67. 

, Catherine, 67. 

, Johanni Jacob, 67. 

, Margarethe, 67. 

Plymouth, Edward, 107. 

Poche, Antoine, 88. 

Poel, John, 175. 

Pohlmann, Peter, 166. 

Poinson, Stephen, 104. 

Pointiar (Pointier), Ambroise, 105. 
Poire, see De la Poire. 



Poisson, Henry, 81. 

Poittier (Poitier), Alexander Joseph, 
166. 

, Isaac, 80. 

Poletier, Daniel, 6. 

Polingue (Poullingue), Isaac, 111. 

, John, 111. 

Poll, see Van De Poll. 

Pollard, Bridget, 134. 

Pomarde (Pomarede, Pomerade), Ber- 
nard, 89. 

, John, 88. 

Pomie, Joshua, 21. 

Pommier (Pomier), Jan Jacque, 102. 
Pons, Jacobo, 32. 

Pont, see Du Pont. 

Pontardant, Anthony, 7- 

, Francis, 9. 

Pontz (Poutz), John, 131. 

Pope, Simeon, 186. 

Popham. Francis, 184. 

Poplain (Poulain), John Joseph Mary, 
189. 

Poppe, Christian, 161. 

Poppelman, John Frederick, 41, 51. 
Portal (Portall, and see Pertal), John, 
120 . 

, John Francis, 28. 

, Magdaleine, 111. 

, Marie, 107. 

, William, 97. 

Portales, see Pourtales. 

Porte (and see Laporte), John James 
De la, 58. 

, Moses la, 16. 

Portreau, Danieli, 31. 

Pottgeisser, Petrus Wilhelmus Aby- 
sms, 203. 

Pottonier, Isaac, 80. 

Potts, Adam. 109. 

Pouchin (Poussin), Joseph, 140. 

, Peter, 42, 49. 

Pouchond, Michael, 49. 

Pougineau (Pougneau), Jacques, 83. 
Pouillon, see Povillon. 

Poulain, see Poplain. 

Poulce (Pulse), Joseph, 60. 

Poullard, Pierre, 89. 

Poullet, Marck, 120. 

Poumarde (Pomaride), Jaques, 104. 
Poumier (Poumies), Mathew, 19. 
Poupard, Andre, 88. 

, Peter, 89. 

Poupinel, Marin, 89. 

Pourroy, Marc, 57. 

Pourtales (Portales), Charles, 19. 



INDEX 



269 



, Jaques Louis, 176. 

, Lewis, 193. 

! , Paul, 176. 

Pousset, Catarine, 98. 

j , Franciscus, 95. 

Povillon (PouiUon), Jacobus, 10. 
Powell, Catherine, 99. * 

Power, Henry, 62. 

Poyenne, Peter, 91. 

Poynes, Daniel, 64. 

Prado, Abraham, 163. 

j' , Samuel, 163. 

Prat, Peter, 96, 105. 

Pratviel, David, 153. 

Prelleur, James, 101. 

Prestran, Isaac, 6. 

Prestreau, Isaac, 93. 

Prety, Anne Perrcy, 97. 

Preunier, Henricus, 101. 

Preveraud, Daniel, 25, 28. 

Prevost, Anne, 105. 

^ , Guillaume, 87. 

, Isaac, 9. 

, Thome, 32. 

Primrose, Jane, 99. 

Prin, Paul, 50. 

Pritzler, Christopher Frederick, 149. 

1 , Theophilus, 143. 

Privatt John (Jean Privat), 112. 

Prou, Noe, 92. 

Pruneville, see Monginot. 

Pruysman, Christian (Christopher) 
I Frederick, 58. 

Puech, Joh[ann]es Ludovicus, 106. 
Puffis (Ruffis), David, 83. 

Pujolas (Pugolas), Eliza, 111. 

, J. (Johannes), 95. 

, Moses, 53. 

Pullar (Peullar), James, 83. 

Purry (Purray), David, 140. 

Putt, Van der, see Yaudeput. 

Pyniott, Pynyot, see Piniot. 



Quantiteau (Quantileau), Peter, 42, 50. 
Quellout, Johannes, 106. 

Quenel, see Quesnel. 

Quesne, see Le Quesne, Du Quesne. 
Quesnel (Quenel), Charles, 104. 

, Jaque, 95. 

Quienchant (Quinchant), Janjanvre, 50. 
Quinch, John, 158. 

Quintard, Danieli, 31. 

, Isaaco, 33. 

Quintyn, Lewis Peter, 200. 

Quist, Charles, 181. 

Quoitt, Mary Magdalen, 89. 



Rabache (Rabashe), Dank, 92. 

, Elisabeth, 102. 

Raboteau (Robateau), Anne, 8. 

— — , John, 8. 

, Peter, 8. 

, Susanna, 8. 

Raden, Jacob Vanden, 128. 
Ragenstecher, Cornelius, 111. 
Ragueneau, Henry Charles, 135. 
Rainaud (Ranaud, Raimond), John, 26, 
30. 

, Philip, 26. 

Rambonnet, John, 87. 

Rambouillet, Anthony de, 65. 

, Charles William de, 65. 

Rame (Ramie), David, 80. 

, Simon, 7- 

Rameyer, Peter, 122. 

Ramsey, Henry, 25, 38. 

■ , John, 28. 

Ramus, Nicholas, 156. 

Ranc, Fons, 54. 

, Rene, 27. 

Ranson, see Fontaine, de la. 

Ranwerdt, Francis (Frantz Rouwerdt), 

111 . 

Raoul, Noah, 94. 

Raper, Felix Vincent, 202. 

Rapillard, Samuel, 178. 

Rapiot, Pierre, 101. 

Rapp, John, 198. 

Rasch, Frederick, 161. 

Rasfeild, see Basfeild. 

Rasigade, Alexander, 16. 

Rauert (and see Ranwerdt, Rouwerdt), 
Peter, 172. 

Raulin, Peter, 53. 

Ravee, Anthony, 196 
Ravelli, Anthony, 206. 

Ravenel (Ravenell), Samuel, 23. 

, Thomas, 89. 

Raynaud (Regneau), Peter Lewis, 57. 
Razou (Razoux), James, 11.9. 

Robateau, see Raboteau. 

Reau (Reau), Anne Eliza, 89. 

, Gabriel, 20. 

, Marie Girardot, 89. 

, Michaeli, 20, 25, 30, 89. 

Rebello, David Alves, 182. 

Rebenack, John Frederick, 204. 
Rebotier, David, 132. 

Reboule, Pierre, 89. 

Recend, Jean, 99. 

Recher, Jean, 90. 

Reesen, Jacob, 164. 

, John, 140. 



Reght (Reight), James, 66. 

Regis, Belthazar, 79. 

Regnard, Richard, 87. 

Regneau, see Raynaud. 

Regnaud, Stephen, 42. 

Regnier, Andrew, 152. 

, Daniel, 66. 

, David, 157. 

, James, 87. 

Reilheso, Francis, 104. 

Reimer, Henry Christian, 204. 

Reimers, see Rymers. 

Reinecke, John, 165. 

Reinholdt (Reinhold), Carel, 142. 

, Jacob, 138. 

Reinier, Alexander, 70. 

Reit, Peter, 108. 

Remere, see Lemere. 

Remmens, Henry, 66. 

Remy, Daniel, 85. 

, Mychel, 85. 

Renaud (Reneau, and see Rennau), 
Daniel, 129. 

, John Francis Daniel, 188. 

, Leonard, 98. 

, Moses, 9. 

, Stephen Gideon, 188. 

, see Raynaud and Regneau. 

Renaudet, Jacob, 8. 

, James, 58. 

Reneau, see Renaud. 

Rennau (and see Renaud), Heinrich, 
senr., 67. 

, , junr., 67. 

, Johanne, 67. 

, Lorentz, 67. 

Renner, George William, 149. 

Renoudet (Renaudet), Esaye, 19. 
Renovard (Renouard), Peter, 19. 
Repinder, James, 163. 

, Lewis, 171. 

Retberg, Herman Diederick, 187. 

R.eup (Reux), John, 59. 

Reus, John Conrad, 98. 

Reve, Henry de la, 11. 

Revergaz (Revergat), Antoine, 104. 
Reybaz, John Urban, 188. 

Reyhlen, Christian Burckhard, 142. 
Reynes, James, 82. 

, Elisabet, 112. 

Reynous, Isaac, 69. 

Rheden, see Van Rheden. 

Ribaut, see Ribot. 

Ribeaucourt, Daniel de, 51. 

Ribera, Martin, 119. 

Ribes, John des, 208. 



270 



INDEX 



Ribot (Ribor, Ribaut), Charles, 118. 

, Francis, 20. 

, James, 118. 

, Peter, 113. 

Ricard, James, 25. 

, John, 120. 

Ricardo, Abraham, 175. 

Riche (Rich), Denis, 34. 

, Francis, 83. 

Richard, Daniel, 151. 

, James, 29. 

, John Daniel, 180. 

, John Peter, 191. 

, Moses, 9. 

Riehart (Bichart), Lawrence, 70. 
Richausse (Richoresse), Peter Voyer, 
29. 

Richier, Andrew, 37. 

, Ester, 84. 

, Jean, 84. 

Richon, Bernard, 117. 

Richoresse, see Richausse. 

Richter, Christian Henry, 69. 

, Jacob, 160. 

, Jasper Lawrence, 159. 

Rickman, John, 98. 

Ridder (Ritter), Julius Conrad, 168. 
Ried (Reid), Alexander, 54. 

Riemann, Erdmann Christopher, 167. 
Riemer, Abraham de, 135. 

Ries, John Casper, 143. 

Riesenbeck, Henry, 138. 

Rieusset, Andrew, 51. 

, John, 69. 

, Peter, 41. 

Rigail, Moses, 128. 

, Philip, 142. 

Rijs, John (Garrett John Nijs), 22. 
Rilliet, Amy, 155. 

, James, 153. 

, Peter, 201. 

Rimins, Henry, 157. 

Ringmacher, John Gaspard, 159. 

Rious, M. ditt Labruyn (Matheus Riou, 
alias Labrune), 80, and see Ryou. 
Risley, Catherine, 48. 

, Frances, 48. 

, Paul, 48. 

Risteau, John, 62. 

Ritter, Lorentz Bastian, 147. 

Ritz, Esaias Emanuel, 94. 

Rivalland, Isaac, 82. 

Rivalier, Peter, 80. 

Rivaut, Pierre (Peter), 84. 

Rivaz, John Francis Anthony, 167. 
Rive, Peter De la, 146. 



| Riven (Revene), Gabriel, 104. 

Rivers, Earl (John Savage), 107. 

, Antonio, alias Riviere, 130. 

Rivet, Daniel, 88. 

! Rivier, Philippe, 177. 

Rixtel, John Van, 130. 

Robelon, Jane Magdalen, nee Tavan, 
152. 

Robert, Daniel, 10, 11. 

, Elias, 81. 

, Samuel, 87. 

, Theophilus, 11. 

Robethon, George, 125. 

, John, 108, 125 

Robin, Peter Lewis, 197. 

Rochay (Rochet), James, 86. 

, Isaac, 84. 

Roche ( and see Laroche, Roche), 
Michael La, 4. 

, see Chef d’Hostel de la. 

Rochebleave (Rocheblave), Henry de, 
55. 

— — , Lewis, 49. 

Rochefoucaut, Francis de la, 16. 

, Frederick William de Roye de la, 

15. 

Rochfort. Philip de, 57. 

Rodatz, Christian Maurice, 154. 
Roeters, Gerard, 121. 

Roger, Framjois 46. 

, Michel, 42, 46. 

, Peter Francis, 42. 

Rolland, Peter, 9. 

Romegoux, Deziere (James Dessire 
Romegoux), 119. 

, John Duvernet (John Francis 

Duvernet Romegoux), 119. 

Romer, John Christopher, 168. 

, Woufgang William, 56. 

Romilly, Stephen, 42, 50. 

Rondeau, Anne, 80. 

, Ciprien, 133. 

Rondelet. Paul, 50. 

Roque (Rocques), John, 91. 

, see La Roque. 

Roquette, Peter, 69. 

Ros, Henry, 93. 

Rose, Johanne, 68. 

, Peter, 41, 68, 123. 

, Phillip, 17. 

, Swain, 146. 

Rosenhagen, Arnold, 139. 

Rosenquist, Alexander, 107. 

Rosner, John Frederic, 110. 
ljosset, Lewis de, 68. 

Rossier, John Francis, 171. 



Rossieres (Rossiere), John de, 38. 

, Petro, 34. 

Rossignol, John, 70. 

Rossy (Rossi), Giacomo, 112. 

, Maria, 112. 

Rotolp, see Ladavese. 

Rotshouak (Rifthouk), Nicholas, 78, 79. 
Rouby, Marc Fraiujois, 92. 

Roudelette, Francis, 116. 

Rouen, Peter de, 22. 

Rougent, Stephen, 157. 

Rougemont, Francis Anthony, 181, 

— — , John Henry, 190. 

, Joshua, 169. 

Rouiere, P. (Petrus Roviere), 81. 
Rouille, John Le, 98. 

, Louise (Ludovicus) du, 101. 

, Madelaine du, 101. 

Roullaud, John, 83. 

, Rene, 83. 

Roullet (Rowlet), Paul, 83. 

Rouling (Ronling), Olof, 111. 

Rouph (Roulph), John Anthony, 89. 
Roupil, Enoch, 53. 

Rouret, Frangois, 80. 

Rousseau, Gabriel, 64. 

Roussel (Roussell, Rousel), Francis, 11, 
30. 

, Isaaco, 11, 30, 85. 

, James De, 128. 

, Lawrence, 25. 

, Stephen, 11. 

Rousselet, Isaac, 78. 

Roussi (Roussy, Rousse), Annibali, 33, 
37. 

, Elizabeth, 102. 

, Francis, 102. 

, Jacobo, 33. 

, James, 27. 

, Johanni-Jacobo, 33. 

, John James, 57. 

, Louise (Ludovicus),' 99. 

, Madelene, 98. 

, Peter, 37. 

, Petri, 33. 

Roussier, Abraham, 29. 

Roussillon, (Rossillon), Henry Phillip, 
49. 

Rouviere, John, 119. 

Rouwerdt, see Ranwerdt. 

Roux, Jacob le, 107. 

, Pitter le, 104. 

Row, Daniel (Van), 109. 

Rowlandson, Jonas, 25, 27. 

Rowlet, see Roullet. 

Roy (Roye), Jaque, 87. 



INDEX 



271 



, John Mesclop du, 30. 

, Sara, 107. 

[■ , see Le Roye. 

Royrand, Peter De la Jauniere, 118. 
Rucker, Conrad, 176. 

, Daniel Henry, 180. 

, John Anthony, 148, 201. 

, John Gotthelft, 176. 

1 -, Johann Peter, 165. 

Rude, Magdelinne, 97. 

: , Peter, 79. 

Rudolf, William, 200. 

Ruete, John Daniel Frederick, 188. 
Ruffiat, Jacob, 7. 

Rugendick, Nicholas (Nycolas Rugen- 
dyc), 111. 

Rulland, John, 62. 

Runkel, John Justus, 204. 

Runquist, Peter Andrew, 207. 

Runth, Jacob, 109. 

Ruperti, Dorothea Maria, 97. 

i , George Andrew, 97. 

Ruaux (Ricaux), Frangois, 84. 

Ruffe, Jean, 88. 

Russell, Laurence, 41, 50. 

I , Step. (Stephanus), 95. 

, Thomas, 69. 

Russy, James, 86. 

[ , Jean, 86. 

-, Peter, 103. 

Rutault, Sebastien, 9. 

, Susanna, 9. 

Ruther, Christian Hinrich, 188. 

Rymers (Reimers), John, 35, 42, 93. 
Ryon, Stephen, 22. 

Ryou ( and see Ryon, Rious), Olimpie, 
32. 

I , Petro, 32. 

Ryssen, Danyel Van, 12. 



I Sabatier, Anthony, 36. 



, John, 22, 82. 



Sack, Lewis, 208. 

Sage, see Le Sage. 

Sagittarie (Sagittaire), John, 107. 
Sailly, Isaac, 118. 

Saint, John, 140. 

St. Amour, Claude, 117. 

S’Amour, James Bihoreau, 25. 

, James Saint, 29. 

Saint Amour, see Amour. 

St. Andre (Saintandre) David de, 

, Nathaniel, 134. 

, Stephen, 143. 

, see also Andre. 

St. Blanchard, see Blanchard. 






102 . 



St. Blanchard (Gontault), see Biron. 

S Buelen, Gerard (Sbulen or S Buclen), 
5. 

St. Colombe, see Colome. 

Sainct (Sainet), David, 68. 

— — , Gideoni, 34. 

, Marie, 34. 

, Claudine, 34. 

, Thome, 34.' 

St. Faust, Joseph, 56. 

St. Genes, John, 112. 

Saintipolit, David de Montalieu, 15. 

St. Julien, Catherine de, 103. 

, Paul de, 69. 

, see Julien, Vial. 

St. Leger, see Boisrond. 

St. Leger Bacalan, see Bacalan. 

St. Martin ( and see Martin), John, 69. 
St. Maurice (and see Mauries), Charles, 
96. 

St. Pierre, Jacques de, 96. 

St. Simon, John Francis De, 118. 
Saladin, Anthony Charles Benjamin, 
193. 

Salbert, see Marsilly. 

Sale ( and see La Sale), Danieli, 33. 
Salenaue, Eliz., 100. 

Sallan (Sallau), Niclas, 96. 

Sallies (Salliere), James, 80. 

Salin (Sabin), Daniel, 112. 

Salis, see De Salis. 

Salnem, John Peter, 8. 

Salomon (Salomons), Isaac Jacob, 177. 

, John Daniel, 181. 

, Joseph, 147. 

Nathan, 153. 

, Rubens, otherwise Ruben Morden, 

145, 179. 

Saltimbanque, see Temboe. 

Salvador, Francis, junr., 124. 

— Isaaco, 136. 

Salvetat, Petro, 33. 

Samain, Gille, 84. 

Samler, Harman, 171. 

Samson, Dauphine, 102. 

, James, 107. 

, Petro Auguto, 133. 

Samuda, David, 157. 

Sander, Henry Nicholas, 125. 
Sanderfelt, Jacob, 12. 

Sanfourche, Zacharie, 34. 

Santos, Marcos dos, 61. 

Sapte, Francis, 148, 167. 

, David Francis, 167. 

I , Peter, 148. 

| , Peter Anthony, 167. 



, Thomas, 148. 

Sarlande, Joseph De, 63. 

Sarrazin, Mary, 97. 

Satur, Jacob, or Jacobo, 34. 

Saubergue, James de, 15. 

Saujon, John, 11. 

Saumaise, Louis de, 178. 

Sauret, Meartha (Martha), 103. 

Saurin, Lewis, 22. 

, Marc Anthony, 57. 

Sauoye, see Savoye. 

Sauvage ( and see Savage), John, 116. 
Sauze (Sauzett), Achilli du, 35. 

, Charlotte, 35. 

, Isaac, 105. 

, Peter, 105. 

Sauzeau, Johi, 31. 

Savage (and see Sauvage), John, 38. 
Savary, Mary Tuisia de, 97. 

Savignac, John, 9. 

Savonnet, Rene, 81. 

Savory, Zachariah, 7. 

Savouret, John, senr., 6. 

, , junr., 6. 

, Hester, 6. 

, Marie, 6. 

, Marie-Anne, 6. 

, Susanna, 6. 

Savoye (and see Sauoye), Josue, 78, 79. 
Saxe-Gotha, Augusta, see Wales, 
Princess of. 

Scale, Peter, 119. 

Schaak, John, 135. 

Schaart, Ludolff, 130. 

Schachmann, Ernst Moritz, 63. 

Schaffer, Albert, 141. 

, Bernhard, 146. 

Schaub, Sir Luke, 126. 

Schedel, Henry Lewis, 207. 

Scheie, Christopher, 127. 

Schelten (Schelton), Jacob, 95. 
Schennerstedt, John George, 177. 
Scheult, Ludovico, 34. 

, Terbullian, 34. 

Schimmelpennink, Barent, 96, 131. 
Schlapffer, John James, 171. 

Schlegel, Michael, 132. 

Schmettau, Christopher de, 23. 
Schmiten, John George, 15. 
Schmidgruber, Adrian, 54. 

•, Michael, 108. 

Schmiding, John Frederick Peter, 208 
Schmidtmeyer, Peter, 202. 

Schmoll, Charles Frederick, 187. 
Schneider, John Caspar, 173. 

, John Henry, 172, 



272 



INDEX 



, John Nicolaus, 196. 

Schnell, John, 64. 

Schnely, John, 151. 

Schoen, John Henry, 154. 

Schombart, Caspar, 159. 

Schomberg, Isaac, 151. 

Schonberg (Schonberg), August Lebe- 
recht, 195. 

Schouten, John, 50. 

Schreiber (Schrieber, Shreiber), Charles, 
155. 

, John Christian, 165. 

, Peter, 3, 63. . 

Schreve, Godfrey, 134. 

Schroder, Gerard William, 25, 43, 50. 

, Herman, 197. 

, John Adolph, 138. 

Schulenburg, Erengard Melosine, 122. 
127. 

Schultz, Christopher John, 167. 

, Nicolaus, 83. 

Schumann, Lewis, 140. 

Schuhmacher, Philip, 162. 

Schuneman, Hermanno, 68. 

Schuster (Schusler), Christian Gottlieb, 
173. 

, Gottlob Gotthelff, 194. 

Schutte, Christian, 143. 

Schutz (Schutze), George, 60. 

, John Samuel, 169. 

, Mary, 109. 

Shwab, Frederick, 25. 

Schweighauser, John James, 154. 
Schweitzer, John, 197. 

Schwisser, Anne Catherine, 67. 

, Johanne, 67. 

, Lorentz, 67. 

Scooten, Johi, 33. 

Sebire (Sibere), Benjamin, 88. 
Sechehaye, Louis (Ludovico), 130, 132. 
Secondat, Charles, 205. 

Secretan, Frederick Samuel, 193. 
Sedgwick, Zacharia, 16. 

Seehl, Ephraim Rinhold, 188. 

Seguin, John, 70. 

Seguret, Marie, 89. 

Seicar, John, 70. 

Seigneur, Claud Daniel, 7. 

, Marie, 7. 

Seixas (Siexas), Daniel Brandon, 179. 
— . Daniel Mendes, otherwise Duarte 
Ferreira, 145. 

Seizier (Serizier), Marguerite), 91. 
Sejourne, Peter, 124. 

Selcken (Setcken), Andrew, 88. 



Seldenschlo (Seldenschle), Christopher 
Michael, 180. 

Selines, Peter, 9. 

Sellon, Andrew, 154. 

, Gaspard, 127. 

, Henry Francis, 176. 

, John, 185. 

Sender, Heynryick, 104. 

Senebier, Lewis, 116. 

Senecale (Senecal), David, 80. 

, Jean, 90. 

9 , William, 92. 

Senior, Aaron, 130. 

Senne (Desenne), David de, 11. 

, Janies, 53. 

, John de, 38, 53. 

Sennes, Jacobo de, 30. 

Sento (Senton), Samuel, 85. 

Serba, Esther, 192. 

Serbier (Sorbier), Theophile, 20. 

Serces, James, 146. 

Seriere, see Deparay. 

Serizier, see Seizier. 

Serre (and see Laserre), Peter, 83. 
Serrieres, see Mothe, de la. 

Servaniere (Servanier), see Blanchard. 
Setcken, see Selcken.' 

Setler, Otto Ewald, 156. 

Sevecke, Henry, 152. 

Seur, see Le Seur. 

Sharier, John Frederick, 111. 

Sharmont, Christian Josiah, 66. 

Sharrer (Scharrer), John, 64. 

Shawell, Andrew, 90. 

Shedel, James, 165. 

Sheibell, John Phillip, 52. 

Shiffner, Mathew, 111. 

Shoeler, Johes, 109. 

Shreider, Christopher, 53. 

Shrewsbury, Duchess of, sec Talbot, 
Adelaide. 

Shudi, Burkat, 157. 

Shum, George Andrew, 199. 

, George Frederick, 199. 

, John George, 199. 

, John Jacob, 199. 

, John Michael, 199. 

Sibere see Sebire. 

Sibourg, see De Sibourg. 

Sickman, Henry, 101. 

Siebel, John Roger, 161. 

Sierra, Isaac, 123. 

Sievers, James, 103. 

Siexas, see Seixas. 

Siffken. Henry, 193. 

Silva, Ferdinando, junr., 43. 



, Isaac, 124. 

, Isaac Fernandes, 147. 

Silvester, Francis, 58. 

Silvestre, Peter, 45. 

Simon (and see St. Simon), John, 98. 

, Peter, 98. 

Simond, David, 41, 118. 

, James Cleopas, 134. 

, Peter, 122. 

Simons, Abraham, 110. 

Sinault, Daniel, 4. 

Siordet, Jacob, 193. 

, James Lewis, 193. 

| , James, Mary, 187. 

Siri, John, 164. 

Siries, Thomas, 63. 

Sivaa, James, 115. 

Slaghregen, Michael, 54. 

Smeth, Conrad de, 133. 

Smith (Smyth, and see South), Dame 
Charlotte Sophia, 186. 

, Conrade, 132. 

, Gaswines, 21. 

, George Frederick, 143. 

, Gerard, 20, 56. 

, Henry, 19. 

, John, 109. 

, John William, 161. 

Snep, Reynier, 22. 

Soesdyk, Van Cloon de, see Van Cloon. 
Soilleux, Jean Nicholas Joseph, 207. 
Soleirol, Gasperd, 51. 

, Michel, 116. 

Sober, James, 141. 

, Stephen, 141. 

Solinus. Andrew, 165. 

Sollicoffe (Zollicoffre), Bartholomew, 66. 

, Godfrey, 79. 

Solomons. Israel Levin, 168. 

Soltau, George William, 183. 

Sommer, John. 152. 

Sonsino, Jacob Levi, 145. 

, Levi, 145. 

Sontag, John Salomon Balthasar, 186. 
Sophia. Princess and Duchess Dowager 
of Hanover. 48. 

Sorbier. see Serbier. 

Soret, James, 196. 

Sorre (Sore), John, 59. 

Sorrency, Florant Meause (Meausse) 
de, 110. 

Sortemboc, see Temboc. 

Soufflet, Jacob, 6. 

Soulard, Joshua, 22. 

Soulegre, Marie, 33. 

Soulisse, Jacobo, 31. 



INDEX 



273 



,Joshue, 31. 

, Marie, 31. 

Souret, John, 21. 

? South ( ? Smith), John, 83. 

Soyer, Jacobus, 94. 

Souza, Jacob Henriques de, 168. 
Spalding, Abraham, 146. 

Spatzirgangerin (Spatzirgangerin), Jane 
(Johannes), 101. 

Specht, Loth, 139. 

Speck, John Adolph, 151. 

Spellerberg, John Ludolph, 123. 

Spencer, Maria Elizabeth, 161. 

Spieker, John, 123. 

Spiesmaker, Luder, 57. 

Spinowski, Paul Crell, 64. 

Spitta, Charles Louis, 180. 

, John, 159. 

Splitgerber, John Christian, 189. 
Sporman, William Henry, 171. 

Sprengel (Springell), Conrad, 54. 
Sprogel, John Henry, 53. 

■, Ludowick Christian, 124. 

Squirol, Clement, 105. 

Stafford, Claude Charlott, Dowager 
Countess of, 125. 

, William, 164 

Stample, James, 118. 

— — , Peter, 131. 

Standert (Stand art), Frederick, 60. 
Stapel, Peter, 138. 

Stehelin, John Martin, 127. 

Steinberg, John Frederick, 206. 
Steinman, Lucas, 127. 

Stelter, Joachim Matthew, 135. 
Stemann, Anthony Henry, 157. 

Stephani, John James, 142. 

Sterpin, Jane, 92. 

Steune, Daniel, 112. 

Stevens, Daniel, 112. 

Stockfleth, George, 150. 

Stokey, John, 8. 

, Joseph, 8. 

Stolck, James, 126. 

Storck, Peter, 196. 

Stormont, Viscountess, see Murray, 
Henrietta Frederique. 

Strachan (Frachan), Margaret, 109. 
Strackhoven, Christian James, 166 
Strattoun, Henry, 95. 

Straubenzee, Phillipus Willem Casimir 
Van, 160. 

■Strong (Strang), Jeane (Jane), 112. 
Strothoff, Christopher, 159. 

Struik (Struck), Nicolas, 96. 

Stutzer, Peter, 111. 



Suasso, Alvaro Lopes, 131. 

, Antonio Lopes, 128. 

, Eleonora, 128. 

Suberbielle, Matthew, 113 
Suchier, Paul, 79. 

Sueur, see Le Seur. 

Suhring, John Christian, 160. 

Summer, Samuel, 68. 

Superiori, E've, alias Smith, 144. 

, Honorat, alias Smith, 20. 

Supino, Judah, 147. 

Suply, Entony, 110. 

Surel, Peter, 96. 

Surville, Jacob de, 8. 

Sutherland, Charlotte Christiana, Lady 
Duffus, 67. 

Sutthoff, Godhard, 169. 

Suwe, Jacob Henry, 180. 

Suyre, John, 11. 

Swartz (Swart), Balthazar, 128. 

, Gerrard, 128. 

Swellengrebell, Peter Conraed, 123. 

Sylva, Michael Pacheco da, 133. 

Symon, John, 86. 

Tabour, Noel, 70. 

Tabuteau, Auguste, 127. 

Talbot, Adelaide, Duchess of Shrews- ; 
bury, 47. 

Tall (Talle), Peter, 95. 

Tamesz, John, junr., 134. 

Tamm, Simon, 189, 

Tancart, Isaac, 79. 

Tanqueray, David, 64. 

, James, 87. 

Tarot, Isaac, 91. 

Tartarin, John, 6, 34. 

Tastet, Firmin de, 192. 

Taveau, see Thaveau. 

Taveres, Benjamin, 145. 

Tavernier, Jacob, 9. 

, Judith, 9. 

, Nicholas, 9. 

, Nicholas le, 9. 

, see Le Tavernier. 

Tax, John, 160. 

, Paul Johan Christian, 183. 

Taypil, Giles, 105. 

Tedesco, Angelo, 205. 

Teise, Frederick, 153. 

Teissier (and see Tessier), James, 128. 

, Stephen, 14, 134. 

Teixeira, Abraham, otherwise Abraham 
de David Teixeira, 182. 

Tellier, see Letlier. 

Temboc, John Sor. (Sortemboc), 80. 



Tempier, Stephen, 15. 

Templeman, Andrew, 146. 

Tenner (? Teuner), Laurence, 177. 
Ternac, Francis Joly de, 20. 

Terson, Thomas, 115. 

Tesnon, John, 58. 

Tessier ( and see Teissier), Elias, 4. 

, (Teisseir), George Lewis, 53. 

, Gerin, 112. 

, John, 114. 

, Stephen ( and see Texier), 121. 

Testart, John Stien (Stephanus), 100. 
Testas, Francis, 69. 

, John, 27. 

— — , Mathew, 37. 

Testolini, Gaetano, 206. 

Testu, Philemon, 78, 80. 

Teulieres, Abraham, 117. 

Teuly (Tenly, Tuley, Tully), John, 53. 
Teuner, see Tenner. 

Teush, Fiederick, 141. 

Texier (Tessier, and see Tessier and 
Teixeira), James, 21. 

, Peter, junr., 163. 

, Pierre, 84. 

Teylingen, see Van Teylingen. 
Thalbitzer, Charles Henry, 165. 
Thaveau (Taveau), John, 10. 

Therd, Stephen, 29. 

Theaud, Nicholas, 162. 

Thian de Blevile, John Baptiste, 116. 
Thebaut (Thibault), Jac. (Jacobus), 91. 

, Judith, 99. 

, Thomas, 102. 

Theel, Fridrich, 111. 

Thelin, Peter van, 25. 

Thellusson, Peter, 161. 

Theron, Durand du, 119. 

Theorould, Sare, 33. 

Thibault, see Thebaut. 

Thienen, Benedictus Detelef Von, 127. 
Thiolet, Louis, 62. 

Thomas, James, 19. 

, John, 54 . 

, Lewis) 8. 

Thomegay, Peter, 146. 

Thomeur, John, 56. 

Thoms, Frederic de, 140. 

Thomsons, John Jacob, 158. 

Thorbecke, John, 149. 

Thorhell, Thomas, 112. 

Thornton, Anna Maria, 162. 

, John, 195. 

Thory, Mary de, 99. 

Tbuillier, John, 201. 

Thunn, John Rudolf, 147. 



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INDEX 



Thuret (Thurett), John, 43, 51. 
Thuriott, Samuel, 85. 

Thurmeau, see Turmeau. 

Thurotte, John, 62. 

Thyolet (Thiolet), Peter Anthony, 58. 
Tibal, Catherine, 111. 

Tiercelin, Jean Joseph, 207. 

Tigh, John, 55. 

Tilbourg, Cornelius, junr., 109. 

, , senr., 109. 

Tillon, Vincent, 6. 

Tillman, Alexandre, 90. 

Timmerman, John, 141 (and see Zim- 
merman). 

Tinback, Henry, 99. 

Tinguy, Guy, 15. 

Tirau (? Trio), Jean, 88. 

Tirel (Tyrrell), Daniel, 30. 

, (Tirell), Isaac, 78, 81. 

, Jane Eliz., 135. 

Titts, John, 25, 57. 

Titzchaw (Fitzschaw, Fischaw), David, 
59. 

Toderhorst, Diederick William, 189. 
Toepken (Toopken), Christopher, 64. 

, John Anthony, 152. 

, Nicholas, 123. 

Tol, .see Vantol. 

Tolet, John, 130. 

Tolkien, Daniel, 201. 

Tonnies, Helwig Lewis, 160. 

Torin, Abraham, 20. 

Torras, Paul, 134, 146. 

, Peter, 148. 

Tostain, Andrew Delalonde, 98. 

, Fransoise de Lalonde, 98. 

Touard, Jean, 89. 

Touche, Mary Theresa de la, 144. 

, see La Touche. 

Toulon, Anthony, 65. 

Toulouze, Stephen, 66. 

Tour (de Latour, or Delatour, and sec 
Latour), Charles Bartholomew de la, 
8 . 

, Pietro de la, 31. 

, Petrus de la, 31, 94. 

Ton ray, Michael Peter, 189. 

Tourneisen, John James, 169, 188. 
Tourtain (Trontin), Peter, 84. 

Toutin, John Valentin, 140. 

Toutsaint, Petrus, 107. 

Touyn, Charles William, 56. 

Tovilett (Touillet), Elias, 5. 

Townsend, Henrietta Rosa Peregrina, 
167. 

Tracy, James, 142. 



Transillien, Peter, 84. 

Trantman, Sebastian, 108. 

Trapaud, John, 69. 

, Peter, 160. 

Trapsack, John, 29. 

Travers, Peter, 58. 

Treber, John, 139. 

Trefusis, Albertine Marianne, nee 
Gaulis, 191. 

Treijer, Gotlieb Augustus, 199. 

Treille. Rene De la, 59. 

Treillet, Rene, 103. 

Trellebois, James, 14. 

Tremainondo, Anthony Angelo, 205. 
Trembley, John James, 147. 

Trenble, Johi, 35. 

Treve, Jacob, 157. 

Treves, Joseph, 157. 

, Pelegrin, 163. 

Trevigar, Marie, 32. 

Treville, John, 41, 47. 

Trezain, Robert, 98. 

Tribeck (Tribbecke), Frederick, 110. 
Trinquand (Tringuant), Peter, 43, 58. 
Triquet, Jacobo Ludovico, 34. 

, Peter, 19, 34, 60. 

Troner, Henry, 64. 

Trontin, see Tourtain. 

Troy, Daniel de, 84. 

Trummer (Trommer), Christopher, 59. 
Tschiffell, Frederick, 188. 

Tullekens, Arnoldus, 120. 

Tunis, Henry, 25, 34. 

Tuquet, James, 98. 

Turmeau (Thumieau), Claudis (Claud- 
ius), 102. 

Turmine, Noah, 194. 

Turner, Jan, 161. 

, Wm., 110. 

Turpin, Lewis, 117. 

Turst, Elizabeth, 97. 

Twisk (Twisck), Peter, 50. 

Tyrel (Tyrrell), see Tirel. 

Uckermann, Johann Jacob, 166. 
Uhthoff. Henry, 149, 172. 

Ulrich, Jacob, 110. 

Untzellman, Peter, 141. 

Uolan (Wallan), Daniel, 91. 

Vache, John, 81. 

Vaillant. Fran<;ois, 85. 

, Isaac, 62. 

, Paul, 62. 

Val (Vane, and see Laval and Vat), 
Jean, 90. 



Valangin, Francis de, 160. 

Valentin (Valantin), Anthony, 54. 

, Laurens, 115. 

Valette (Vallette), James, 103. 

, Matth., 96. 

, Peter, 122. 

Valicourt, see De Valicourt. 

Valie, see Vallier. 

Valk, Jacob, 154. 

Valle, Bartholomew, 199. 

Vallier (Valie). Alexandro, 30. 

, Roland, 92. 

Vallo, Isaiah, 42. 

Valogne (Vaissire), Mark Anthony, 19 
Valotton, John James, 198. 

Valltravers (Valtravers), John Rodolph 
170. 

Van Alphen, see Alphen. 

Van Alsendelft, Isaac, 137. 

Vanbelle, Peter, 10. 

, Susanna, 10. 

Van Bebber, see Bebber. 

Van Beek (Vanbeck), Arnold, 58. 

Van Beeck, Nicholas, 138. 

Von Bergen, see Bergen. 

Van Cloon, Philip Jacob, Baron d< 
Socsdyk, 151. 

Van Coin, Jochim, 137. 

Van Denbergh (Vanden Bergh), Cristo- 
ffel, 170. 

Vanden-Enden, Philip, 56. 

Van De Poll, Daniel (and see Vander- 
poole), 60. 

: Vanderhagen (and see Van Hagen), 
i Abraham, 16. 

Vanderpoole, Isaac Isaacus (and set 
! Van De Poll), 138. 

| , John, 136. 

Vandeput (Van de Putt, Vanderputt) 
j Ann, 3. 

: , Arnondt, 3. 

: , Cornelius, 2, 3. 

i Vandervaart (Vandarvaart), John, 66. 

Vandervelde (Vandenvelde), Albert 
i 149. 

i , Laurence. 83. 

Van Deuren, Cornelius, 70. 

Van Dyck (Van Deck, Vandeck, Van 
Dike, and see Dick), Henry, 119. 

, Allard, 83. 

, Peter Dubbeldemuts, 201. 

Vane, see Val. 

Vanfunden, see Vansanden. 

Van Gendt, see Gendt. 

Vanhaesdonck, Madlen (Madeleine), 43. 
55. 



INDEX 



275 



Van Hagen (and see Vanderhagen), 
Frederick Hendrick, 189. 

Van Harlingoen, junr., see Harlingen. 
Van Harthals, Evert, 138. 

Van Hemert, see Hemert. 

Van Ledden, see Ledden. 

Vanloue (Vanlove), Matthieu, 99. 

Van Leute, William, 65. 

Van Mierop, see Mierop. 

Van Neck, Gerard, 124. 

, Joshua, 138. 

, see Neck. 

Vannier (Vanier), Anne, 99. 

, Etienne, 90. 

Van Rheden (Vanrheden), Theodore, 
122 . 

Van Rixtel, see Rixtel. 

Van Ryssen, see Ryssen. 

Vansanden (Vanfunden), Tadeus, 62. 
Van Straubenzee, see Straubenzee. 

Van Teylingen, Christian, 169. 

, Theodore, 170. 

Vantol (Van Tol), Jacobus, 63. 

Van Voorst, Gysbert, 159. 

Van’t Wedde, Herman, see Wedde 
Van Wylick, see Wylick. 

Varennes, see De Varennes. 

Varle, James, 91. 

Varpoorten, see Ver Poorten. 

Vaslet (Varlett), Catherine), 98. 

, Lewis, 19. 

Vasserott, James, 111. 

Vassmer, John Henry, 122. 

Vat ( and see Val), John, 62. 

Vatier (Vattier), Anthony, 8. 

, Marie, 87. 

Vaux (and see Voux), Francis Albert 
de la, 160. 

Vazeille, Anthony, 143. 

Vedeau (Vedean), Andrew, 26. 

, John, 35, 69. 

Veer, Frederick de, 137. 

Venables, Magdalen, 109. 

Vendargues (Desendargues), Peter de, 

111 . 

Ventura, Joseph, 197. 

Verdun (and see D’Averdine), John, 34. 
Verelst (Ver Elst), Adriano, 106. 

, Johannes, 106 

, Michael, 5. 

Verge (Verges), Andre, 82. 

Verger, Jean, du, 82. 

Verit, Isaiah, 8. 

Veriti, Peter, 22. 

Vernet, Jean, 104. 

Vemezobre, Daniel, 131. 



Vernier, Isaac, 29. 

Ver Poorten (Verpoorten, Varpoorten), 
John Henry, 3. 

Verstelle (Verscelle), Peter, 85. 

Very, Isaac, 92. 

Vezian (Vesian), Andrew, 16, 165. 

, John, 28. 

Vial, Anthony, alias St. Julien, 118. 
Vialars, Daniel, 146. 

Vialas, Noe, 6. 

Viana, Isaaco, alias Isaaco Dias, 136. 
Victorin, Lawrence, 70. 

Vidal, Emeric, 177. 

, Hester, 9. 

, Peter, 9. 

Viel, Pierre, 86. 

Viet, Claude, 78. 

, Marianna (Maria Anna), 101. 

Vieux Peter, 92. 

Vigne, Lewis Ferdinand, 160. 

Vignier, Peter, 65. 

Vilbar, Peter, 86. 

Villain, Johi, 34. 

Villa Nova, Gabriel de, 133. 

Villa Real, Josepho da Costa, 133. 
Villemandy, P. (Jacobus Petrus de 
Villemandy), 103. 

Villemisson, John, 117. « 

Villeneau, Carolo, 32. 

, Josias, 64. 

, Nicholas, 104. 

Villeneuve (Villeneuwe, Villeneusue), 
Gabriel, 51. 

■, John, 8. 

Villette, Mary, 111. 

Villiers, John, 11. 

Villion, Anthony, 162. 

Vimielle, Andrew, 19. 

Vincent, Jacob, 23. 

, John, 55. 

Vink, Wynand Adriaen de Gruyter, 
206. 

Virazel, Daniel de, 16. 

Viridet, Isaac, 103. 

Visger, Harman, 205. 

Visme, Philippe De, 96. 

Visser, Mary, 157. 

Viton, Jean, 87. 

Vitrack (Vitrac), James, 117. 

, John, 103. 

Vizente (Vijente), Pedro Guilliermo 
(Guillermo), 136. 

Vlieger, Robert de, 121. 

Vlught, Willem, 183. 

Voght (Voogd), Henry, 129. 

, Nathaniel, 142. 



Vogel (Voguell, Voguel), Frederick, 
128. 

, Henry, 110. 

, John William, 193. 

Volck, Andree, 67. 

, Anne Catherine, 67. 

, Anne-Gertrude, 67. 

, Georgio-Hiersnymo, 67. 

, Marie Barbare, 67. 

Vomkampe, Peter, 129. 

Von Gehren, Frederick, 155. 

Von Hohendorff, see Hohendorff. 
Vougny, Mosi, 31. 

Vouliart, Elias, 6. 

Voux (Desvoix, and see Vaux), Henri 
de, 87. 

Vozer, Francis, 8. 

Vredenburgh, Bastus, 96. 

Vries (de Vris, de Uric), Albert, 8. 
Vueville, Abrahame, 32. 

Vyver, Sebastianus Van Weenigem de, 
129. 



Waal, Cornelius Vande, 142. 
Wackerbarth, George, 191. 

Wadden, Beat Lewis, 28. 

, Lewis, 25. 

Wagner (Wagener), Anthony Elias, 203. 

, Benedict Paul, 168. 

, Henry, 110. 

, John Christopher Balthasar, 132. 

, Melchior, 93. 

Wakeling, Court, 94. 

Walbrook, Roger, 50. 

Wale, Gregory, 168. 

, Louisa Rudolphina, 168. 

, Margaretta Phillipina, 188. 

, Thomas, 168. 

Wales, Augusta, Princess of, 140. 
Walken Balthazar, 36. 

, Richard, 196. 

Wallan, see Uolan. 

Wallmoden, Amalie Sophie (nee de 
Wendt), 143. 

Wanswieten, see Mauswieten. 

Warner, Everhard, 54. 

Wassellart, Isaac, 81. 

Watkins, Reimerd, 63. 

Wayfoort, Nicholas, 12. 

Weber, Anne Elizabethe, 67. 

, Eve Elizabethe, 67. 

, Eve-Maria, 67. 

, Jacob, 67. 

, John Phillip, 192. 

Weckell, Godfrey, 122. 



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INDEX 



Wedde, Van’t (Van der Wedde), Her- 
man, 5. 

Wegener, John Joachim Diederick, 208. 
Wegersloff, Toger, 66. 

Weideman, Charles Frederick, 156. 
Weidius, Martin, 111. 

Weigand, Anne Catherine, 69. 

, Anne Marie, 69. 

, Georgio, 69. 

Michaeli, 69. 

, Tobie, 69. 

Weishamer, Jeremiah, 70. 

Weiss, (Wyese), Gottfried, 92. 
Weissenbach, Christian Lot De, 109. 
Well, Nicholas Lewis, 135. 

Weltje, Louis, 190. 

Wemarin, Catherine, 68. 

, Maria, 68. 

Wendeberg (Wendelberg), Erick 
(Urick), 43, 52. 

Wendt, Nathaniel, 193 
Wengler, John, 110. 

Werkin, Hubard, 92. 

Wern, John, 129. 

Wemeberg, John Abraham, 90. 
Wernicke, John, 197. 

Wesselow, Abraham, 133. 

Wesselowsky, Abraham, 130, 

Westcott, Mary Susanna, 29. 

Westfall, Henry, 119 
Wetton, Luke, 177. 

Wettstein, Luke, 163. 

Whetstone, Charlotte, 124. 

White, Caspar, 122. 

Wicart, see Fontaine. 

Wiegand, Michael, 165. 

Wichelhausen, Godfrey, 141. 

Wichman, John, 109. 



Wienholt, Henry, 207. 

, John, 168. 

Wiese, George Christian, 177. 

Wigers, James Bruno, 101. 

Wilckens, Henry, 139, 184. 

Wilhelmi, Johann Franciscus, 185. 
Willermin, Charles Augustus Rodolph 
Lewis de, 171. 

Willers, Henry, 133. 

Williams, Francis, 102. 

, John, 102. 

, Peter, 26, 28. 

Wiltfank (Wiltsank), John 93. 

Winch, Christopher, 160. 

Winckings, Nicholas, 171. 

Winkler, John Jacob, 70. 

Winn, Sabine Louisse, nee D’Hervark, 
168. 

Winzer, Frederick Albert, 202. 

Wiple, Charles Frederick, 189. 

Wiss, John Anthony, 198. 

, Matthew, 202. 

Wissell, Crispin, 101. 

Wittenoom, Cornelius, 52. 

, Dirck, 3. 

Wittich, Godfrey, 93. 

Wolff (Wolffe), Charles Godfrey, 181. 
— •— . George, 170. 

, Jacob, 131. 

, Jacob (Baron Wolffe), 162. 

Wolfman, David, 164. 

Wolters, Liebert, 109. 

Woodencomb, Peter, 91. 

Woodyard, Mathias, 94. 

Wratislaw, Mark, 200. 

Wiist, Henry Ernst, 110. 

Wylick, Jacob Van, 151. 

Wynantz, Francis, 127. 



Xexes, Johannes, 95. 

Ximenes, Abraham Levy, 147. 
Ximenes, David, 153. 

, Isaac, 153. 

, Rodrigo, 123. 



Yon, Jean, 82. 

Yonge (Jonge), see Feilding, North, 
Godolphin. 

You (Yo), Pierre, 82. 

Ysendoorn (Yzendoorn), John Van, 202. 

, Peter Van, 178. 

Young, Adrian, 64. 

— — , see Yonge. 



Zachert (Zathert). Michael, 54. 

Zernitz, Frederick Cyriac, 199. 

Ziegell, John David, 149. 

Ziegenbein (Zeigenbein), John Engel- 
berts, 187. 

Zierenberg. John Friederich, 98. 
Zimmerman. John Christian. 5, and see 
Timmerman. 

Zincke (Zinck), Christian Frederick. 
126. 

, Henry Lawrence, 182. 

, John, 203. 

Zobell (Zobel), Christopher, 20. 

, Hieronimus Heinrich (commonly 

called Hieronimus Henry). 201 
Zoffany, Johan. 177. 

Zollicoffre, see Sollicoffre. 

Zornlin, John Jacob, 151. 

Zurck, Isaac, 68. 

Zurhost, John Godfrey, 146. 



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